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  04 April 2003
Logo: Shadowdale

Hi guys, it's me again with the logo.... this time I need some serious crits coz I decided to make this one on my own since nobodys willing to help .... What do you think? Work still in progress... Cheers
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  04 April 2003
hey guys, still haven'r got a clue if you like it or do you think it's crapy Could you help me?
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"The concept of love exists in the hearts of some drow, of course, but true love, a selfless desire often requiring personal sacrifice, has no place in a world of such bitter and dangerous rivalries. "
- Drizzt Do'Urden

My Anti-Grav Tank WIP

My Full Moon WIP

My Spider WIP
 
  04 April 2003
it seems a little dark and plain to me. The darkness is the worst part IMO
 
  04 April 2003
The entire point for a logo is marketability. If the logo does market a product, concept, or organization it is pointless. So, you need to ultimately consider the marketable aspects of your image before it suits any function. A logo is much more recognizable as a simple flat polygon type shape rather than text. Simple shapes are easy for our simple minds to instantly store and recognize without any complex thought processes, but text......

A logo is best created as a 2 color vector based image. By two colors i mean a foreground color and a background color (this includes transparency as a background color). As a vector image the logo is extremely versatile so that it may be infinately upsized without any quality loss for large scale printing. A simple two color logo ensures that it will be simple to print at good quality on one color text documents.

I strongly, STRONGLY, suggest you do not initially create the logo as a raster image. If you create it as a vector image you can always rasterize it later for additional complex display modification.
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