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Logo feedback for a plastic surgeon


#2
Ummm bottom one I would personally avoid like the plague just because it looks like one of those overdone concepts - by the way what is it supposed to be? I see a person style icon but not sure what they are meant to be doing :icon_blushing:. The top one I prefer but, dunno why, your wavy lines look a bit rough, dunno maybe too thick? But definitely the 1st one for me but (sorry) I can't say it's one of my favourite logos ever but if he's happy that's the main thing.
 

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#3
That's a great name for a plastic surgeon, maybe he can get rid of a couple of mine!!

I also agree with above, although with regards to the top one, what are those lines? Contours of the body or something? Looks like a woman lying on her side although if that's what it is supposed to be it doesn't look quite right.
 
#5
That's a great name for a plastic surgeon, maybe he can get rid of a couple of mine!!

I also agree with above, although with regards to the top one, what are those lines? Contours of the body or something? Looks like a woman lying on her side although if that's what it is supposed to be it doesn't look quite right.
Looking again at the top one now you say that about a woman's contour I can see it but I didn't spot it straight away so that may not be a good sign :icon_confused:

I think you are right that it is slightly off, possibly too angular to the shoulder and proportions a bit off. Still think the actual lines look too thick - but this could just be me.
 
#7
the top 1 does outline a woman on her side, i did do it with a 3pxl lines but the client said it was to thin so i made it 6pxl and he was happy. im not the best at drawing bodys my bad lol.

as for the 2nd 1 its meant to be of a person with there arms spread out signaling freedom within thier own body.

and yeah the name is a classic i know (i was going to make a logo of a long chin, but thought it would b a bit harsh lol)

anyway thanks for your comments they are greatly apreciated
 
#8
Fair enough about him wanting thicker lines but have you tried experimenting with the line width tool in Illustrator? can make some very 'nice' changes to a standard line. I just find it, err struggling with the right words here, not as clean as I'd like / not refined enough.

And if in doubt about the drawing, there's nothing wrong in finding a stock image and tracing the edges so you get the feel of how the lines should flow then apply that to your work.
 
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