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Vintage Toy Logo for a Client


Tony Hardy

Well-Known Member
#2
It looks alright, but have you thought about how that's going to work when you have to cram it into a Twitter avatar or something like that?

It's fairly high in both detail and texture to be recognisable at a glance.
 
#4
I think it looks great but, as above, there will be instances where all of the effects aren't going to work.

Create a black and white copy and then apply solid colours to that from there. This one is great for use when the logo is a larger format, but having it in its most basic of form will undoubtedly prove useful, further down the line at least.
 
#6
It's a beautiful logo in it's current size. The only thing I would change is the type on the ribbon. I'd make it bigger.

I agree with the other poster about it's scalability. You definitely should to try it out in black and white and at different sizes.
 
#7
Thanks for the comments & feedback very appreciated. I have gathered from most of the replies that I need to make a simplified version, and make the text slightly bigger on the banner :)