Almost done with this! Finishing up last tweaking and will post the final to my site. The client wanted to give the bandita a more feminine vibe. Happy with the progress.
2 months ago
And and more badass look too :) tattoos and machete :D love it
Thought it couldnt get better, I was wrong.
Love the color palette.
This is an intense logo, aha.
I wouldn't want to get on her bad side.
I think I'm going to love this, once you post this shit on grayscale and printed on huge wrapping paper.
T_T I cri evertym
YES! Machetes, tattoos and tacos! Sounds like my kind of place :)
Looks fantastic! Great shading on the machetes. Danny Trejo would approve. ;)
Beauty! Don't want to mess with this senorita.
One little picky thing, I noticed a tiny "u" curve on her neck. It makes me think of Adam's apple on a dude. Might want to take that out. Also so that it's not too busy on that area, since she has a lot of tattoos already (breathing space).
@Inka Mathew Thats actually part of the edits...that and no tarts.
Badass! That look on her face is so powerful! The star at the bottom, the subtle lines on the side of the banner and the detail of the oval shape that looks like a paper cutout are bring it all together so nicely. But seriously, she looks angry and yet so inviting at the same time. Don't know how you achieved that.
Ah, I see. Never mind then :-)
As a Nicaraguan I approve this FREAKING AMAZING work.
Much prefer the first version...typographically, composition and Ms BadAss
Tarantino would be proud bro...
Haha, that is crazy. Love this version!
Love that taco tattoo!
It's nice to see some type on mexican branding that doesn't look like litho-cut-tortilla-fonts. Very cool!
She is fierce, bro!
That black lace around the border was a very nice touch. Killed it on this one, man.
Totally diggin it!!! I love everything you've done with her! Especially her hair and tattoos. Have you considered making the rays in the background a light blue (or something different) to separate her and her hat from the background? The background keeps wanting to compete with her hat to me. That's the only thing that stands out, though. Everything looks amazing!
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