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My Logo Sketches Please choose the best

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by Omer Sipra, May 16, 2017.

  1. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

    Hello Guys!

    Here are some logo sketches for a brand named "Vector Graphics". This is for a graphic designer.

    Please choose the best one.

    Thanks in advance.
    IMG_20170516_154840.jpg IMG_20170516_154840.jpg IMG_20170516_154846.jpg IMG_20170516_154914.jpg IMG_20170516_154925.jpg IMG_20170516_154931.jpg IMG_20170516_154938.jpg IMG_20170516_154957.jpg IMG_20170516_155007.jpg IMG_20170516_155015.jpg IMG_20170516_155035.jpg
     
    Last edited by a moderator: May 16, 2017
  2. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Hmmm?

    Not sure if they are working for me.

    Maybe a better approach maybe to pick a nice font for the "V&G" and then outline them and add nodes and handles as a path would be drawn in Ai and maybe add the pen tool curser?
     
  3. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

  4. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

  5. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

    vector-graphics-logo-2.jpg Here is another one.
     
  6. Wardy

    Wardy Active Member

    That would be the obvious one to me.

    Are both those diagonals the same angle, or is it an optical illusion?
    Make sure that horizontal line is perpendicular.
     
  7. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

    ok. Thanks
     
  8. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

    I think now it is straight.

    vector-graphics-logo.jpg
     
    Last edited by a moderator: May 17, 2017
  9. helios

    helios New Member

    That looks better than previous one.
     
  10. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    I preferred when you had the handles for the curve. With just a single anchor point you've lost the sense of it being a vector line. I'd add back in a point at the base of the V and anchor handles at the ends of the lines.

    Do you need to separate the text and logomark? Have you tried adding anchor points to your letterforms so you can convey the idea of vector construction without needing to have two elements – typography and a logo?
     
  11. Omer Sipra

    Omer Sipra Member

    I have seen anchor points in the letterforms in google image searches so I was trying to have a unique idea or style for my logo. I appreciate the feedback from you all. Thanks.
     

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