Help with a cubed logo design


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Abdesign93

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Hey, not a professional here just someone who does graphic design on the side. I'm trying to save my uncle some money in creating him a logo he wants for his new company however I have no idea on how to create this logo and make it all scale and accurate. I have average photoshop and illustrator skills so any help on how to even begin this logo will be appreciated. I have tried a few attempts even trying to use a cube outline but I have not been successful.

Thank you
 

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scotty

scotty

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Are you attempting to make an isometric cube with the logo kind of wrapped on its surface?
 
Levi

Levi

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Quick question... is it it T7, IT7, TI7 or T17?

Reading it in the correct way is going to be an issue imo, is there a reason you've gone for a 'cubed' logo?
 
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Abdesign93

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Quick question... is it it T7, IT7, TI7 or T17?

Reading it in the correct way is going to be an issue imo, is there a reason you've gone for a 'cubed' logo?
It's 'T7' and I haven't. He wants it. I've attached a few simpler ideas I've done - they're not the greatest either but those are the alternatives
 

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Wardy

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It's one of those where you're trying too hard and it's never going to work.

Keep it simple. Work on a combination of 4 and 5, with a better and bigger font underneath.
 
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