• Logo design and company name help
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[QUOTE=Shadaez;32194211][img]http://puu.sh/5nKe[/img] Sorry, still having problems with Inkscape. This looks much better. Another version: [img]http://puu.sh/5nLm[/img] [editline]9th September 2011[/editline] ignore that white bit at the bottom, thx :v:[/QUOTE] This one has a cool composition, I'd vary up the text abit, maybe make one letter stand out in some way. Or perhaps change the colors up.
Do you know of a nice truely free font pack, (commercial use and such)?
[url]www.dafont.com[/url] is a good place, just look around
[QUOTE=h0lgr;32193409]Hey, I'd love to know how you make those sharp borders. Which tool you use, specifically. Shape tool then fill with brush? Pen? Love the sharpness of it![/QUOTE] I use the pen tool in illustrator.
[QUOTE=Smeetin;32191851]Improved readability on font at small sizes, and showing some other colours. [URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/18/gamecloud2.png/][IMG]http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/4062/gamecloud2.png[/IMG][/URL][/QUOTE] Shouldn't that be [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3655193/GameCloud.png[/img]
[QUOTE=dgg;32196059]Shouldn't that be [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3655193/GameCloud.png[/img][/QUOTE] Definitely could be, I wasn't showing another colour grouping, just some other colour variants.
[QUOTE=Smeetin;32199940]Definitely could be, I wasn't showing another colour grouping, just some other colour variants.[/QUOTE] Of course, just pointing out that it not only looks better with a white background and black fill but it's also much more practical when printing it on small documents. After all that would either give you a black rectangle around the logo or remove the border around the whole thing making the fill what stands out from the white paper.
[QUOTE=dgg;32200033]Of course, just pointing out that it not only looks better with a white background and black fill but it's also much more practical when printing it on small documents. After all that would either give you a black rectangle around the logo or remove the border around the whole thing making the fill what stands out from the white paper.[/QUOTE] fer sher good sir.
[QUOTE=dgg;32200033]Of course, just pointing out that it not only looks better with a white background and black fill but it's also much more practical when printing it on small documents. After all that would either give you a black rectangle around the logo or remove the border around the whole thing making the fill what stands out from the white paper.[/QUOTE] Not everything's printed, a game server website is more likely to have a dark background in my opinion.
[QUOTE=Shadaez;32206491]Not everything's printed, a game server website is more likely to have a dark background in my opinion.[/QUOTE] Of course, it all depends on where it's going to be used. Also just looked up how the two different variations looked without the border visible. Black text looks like shit with a black background. White text looks still pretty good with a white background, despite what I thought in my brain (better with a border, but it works).
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