My teacher hates this. I need serious critique.
over 1 year ago
Your teacher is crazy, it looks nice. But what's this for? It looks cool and I like the lighting treatment on the 3. The blue fills (water?) on "ring" are nice as well but the whole piece doesn't really make sense to me...
what's his point to hate it? envy?
It's for a circus themed chocolate bar which will make a lot more sense when you see it on the final package.
She said the ornamental blue parts I made look awkward, and should be across the bottom of all the letters, but couldn't offer any real suggestion to fix it. Made a weird remark about the "significance" of the decorative lines I have on there as well...
To be completely honest she is just pissed she isnt this good. This is perfect! I immediately thought "Circus". Sorry I can't give you any feedback...you did too good haha.
I thought of circus right away, dont know what your teacher is talking about, I would however fill in all the bottoms with the blue, it is bothering me that they arent all like that
I agree with Neil. It's really cool, but i don't get why it's not all blue on the bottom - sort of looks unfinished.
Something like this maybe?
Thanks guys, working on it!
What do teachers know?
Great work, I like it:)
While I love this (the lighting on the 3 is sublime and the circus connection is crstyal clear) I can see what your teacher means with regards to the blue ornaments, it doesn't really work on the R or the N. The Cast Iron font does similar you may want to check out: http://www.dafont.com/cast-iron.font
I have to say i'm with your teacher on the blue ornaments. When you look at the logo from afar, it looks unfinished. I know it dosen't work with some of the letters, so I think it means you'll have to have the typo or something. But besides the blue bottoms, it's really nice!
by Andrew Power
Hey guys, is this looking better? Also added an option with a curve.
over 1 year ago
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