I decided to try out a couple alternate directions with this logotype. The more I looked at it the less I liked it, so I knew I couldn't deliver it like that.
I started with my green Tombow brush pen, built the letters from that and then continued to refine.
Big shots of each stage in the attached strip.
over 1 year ago
Final result is delicious!
Looks awesome man!
Hells yeah. Really liking this @Ryan
Great dynamics! This version is awesome
It's a winner.
I love seeing the process. It's looks great!
@Richard de Ruijter @Adam Schweitzer @Ged Palmer @Evgeniy Volkov @Simon Ålander @Kristen Brenner - Thanks, all!
Ged, a great deal of inspiration for this lies within your Mr. Chimp logo. Had to take another stab at this kind of style after seeing that. So thanks, man. :)
Nice one, but to be honest I love the previous option more!
by Ryan Hamrick
Aaaaand, here's another different version.
Kind of felt like readability suffered here, thoughts?
As always, biggun' attached.
over 1 year ago
Cheers @Ryan , that squared-off script style is a beaut but in all honesty I prefer this ;)
I've been flicking between this and the rebounded version for ages.. I'm really stuck making anything that resembles a decision. I do think that there's something about this one that just works so well. The angular feel of the curves and the shape of the top/bottoms of vertical strokes (like the right 'n' stem) are just fantastic. Really distinctive without being overbearing. No doubt now I'm going to go back and look at that other version and change my mind though.
I'm the fan of this, clear one.
I love how the t is decapitating the i in the end there (ninja style) :-p Just kidding. This is awesome! The balance is very nice. Though I think I'd bring the e and n a BIT closer together. Just a wee bit. Then it would be absolutely perfect.
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