I hope they like this proposal. I was thinking simple and clean with slight shadows to reflect current trends.
about 1 year ago
Dig it nick.
I love the subtle overlap. I'm torn on the edges though. I would love to compare a fully rounded V to this version. Love the color especially.
Special love for the t great work!!
really nice Nick, so much classier and not a cheesy and their current brand.
It is real sharp. It's cool, too, because you can read it as a clean slice, or as a dimensional identifier.
So tight! Love it
The slight shadows are nice. I like it
@Nick, This looks fantastic, and a great step up from the first one. The 't' definitely gets more attention than the others with all its intersecting shadows and might want to be knocked back a hair, but really, it's so much better! I love it (and wish the first iteration were still up for comparison). :P
Very nice! Only thing I would change would be to get rid the top shadow on the "t"
This is pretty cool. The letter combinations and the color choice immediately made me think of "cheese", though. I do, however, dig the treatment to the text.
Really like this one.
Really nice, Nick. I agree with the others about the shadows on the T. I think the same goes for the Y and the Z. If you eliminate one shadow from each of those letters, every letter will have just the one shadow creating a more uniformed style. Just a thought.
You did a great job mixing clean and trend, because it is not gratuitous. I love this little details which give life and dimensions to the flat graph.
Subtle is the way to go, they better like it!!
Classic with a unique pose :)
Yeah, I'm hearin' what people are sayin' about the "t", it is now a bit distracting, though only because of the mention. I guess I should pick up on these things quicker!
If you had to get rid of one shadow on the "t", I would nix the top one, because the "c" is immediately to the left, and has *no* shadows. That side needs one.
simple, looks great
really love this simple one in neat :) friend, can u check my first shot plz? http://dribbble.com/shots/959830-Dribbble-Invite?list=everyone
Love this NS!!!
My only critique would be to not have a fully-rounded bottom portion of the 't'. Just like all the other letters, it would be more balanced if you have a curved portion going into a straight edge.
Reminds me V, the canadian TV network.
@Joe Prince Totally agree about the T and certainly will explore that option. Thanks man :D
@Vivian Honestly, I'm not from canada so I would of never known that existed. Secondly, the only similarity that stikes me is that it is a v. I clearly think my v is totally different. But, I appreciate the heads up.
@Webmockupz @buatoom @Bouké @Nuruzzaman Sheikh @Mike Moloney @Morgana D'Almeida @Kevin Burr @Derrick Kempf @Zack Smith @Andrew Lockhart @Mike Mangigian @Danielle Evans @Julianne Powell @Bob Ewing /// creative WHAT! @Yossi Belkin @Luis Lopez Grueiro @Cole Townsend Thank you all for the kind words and feedback. Really helped me out a lot to take this to the next level. Cheers to you all!
by Nick Slater
Just finished the finals for videezy, brusheezy and vecteezy. I had a blast working on this. Anyways, I hope you all dig it and have a great weekend. I'm going snowboarding, cheers!
about 1 year ago
by Shawn Rubel
Thanks again to the very talented @Nick Slater for working through some concepts with us. Ultimately his logo didn't make the cut, but it was still awesome!
10 months ago
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