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illustrator/design logo for myself...
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hey all, new member and new student of design. I've created a logo for myself, D. Cameron Cundiff. I am an artist and illustrator and I am studying design now. Please post any comments and suggestions. Sorry if this post shows up twice, I'm still figuring it out...

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Joined: 17 May 2006 - 7:29am
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I don't know about anyone else, but I like numbers 4 and 6 more than the final. The final I think is just too black, and I like the whole positive/negative overlay that happens in number 6, and number 4 I think is a good start...it still looks a little pieced together though. Perhaps if you made the little C the same thickness as the rest of it, it would appear to be more unified. Good luck.

David

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Joined: 30 May 2006 - 10:17pm
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I see what you're doing there ... with the DCC. It seems overly rigid for an artist/illustrator though. - my 2 cents.

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I think apart from 1 and 2 a reader will have trouble seeing 2 c's, and 3, 4 and 5 the D is obscured. I believe part of the problem is the small serifs of copperplate. I would recommend that you try printing the elements onto acetate and try overlaying and moving them until you get a clearer composition.
Tim

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Also, did yoou sketch some ideas down first or just jump straight onto the computer? Looks like the later to me.

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Joined: 18 Jun 2006 - 7:36am
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yes, I started designing from the start with the computer. I agree that yes it may be a little rigid. I'll sketch out some ideas on paper...

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;)

**Ratbaggy pats himself on the back. Hhehehee, we've all been there, but it isn't really condusive to producing the most creative work. :)**

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Paul Ducco
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