Would anyone like to critique my new logo?

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by ally, May 14, 2012.

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  1. Stepehen

    Stepehen New Member

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    I think I would lose the dirt stuff at the bottom and change the background to create more contrast, losing the dirt will make it simpler and look better at a smaller size. :)
     
  2. KleptoKat

    KleptoKat New Member

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    Looks great, but it may look a bit nicer with a different background colour, fix up those raindrops a little more to make them less static, and the sand at the bottom looks a bit too brushed on.
     
  3. lindenalexander

    lindenalexander New Member

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    Completely agree with what everybody else wrote, it's really really nice BUT the background and the water drops need a change =) But good work!
     
  4. thom

    thom New Member

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    this is illustration not logo ;)
     
  5. dubyaogee

    dubyaogee New Member

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    I like it. Keep in mind that if this needs to be produced on promotional products, it could be an issue. you really need a non-gradient version (vector) for it to be produced on different substrates like, cups, mugs, tshirts, etc. Conceptually, it is very nice.
     
  6. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    ???

    gradients and vectors are not mutually exclusive.
     
  7. d a v e

    d a v e New Member

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    but they (gradients) dont work very well in one colour e.g. black one a poor quality medium like (some) cardboard with (some) - i think that's what they mean.
     

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