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  1. "a cesspool of weird fanfiction and gaudy anime vectors" ahahaha... could not have said it better myself
  2. I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be evoking sauce being spread on dough. It's the first (and only) thing I saw. First thing I saw too, I worked there for almost 4 years in high school and that'd genuinely what a base looks like after its been sauced and before toppings have been added. But of course customers never see this so it won't click for most.I wonderived how long till this gets implemented in Australia. pizza sauce is the first thing i saw.... though in australia i dont think the "hut" even exists anymore. Its not an amazing job but its a nice simplification of the current logo, familiar enough but clean
  3. i am ok with this update.... looks solid
  4. thought id share my pitch for the fantasy league over on icethetics, Hawaii honu (sea turtles). done a bit of tweaking since i posted it on dribble http://drbl.in/ljHW (mostly changes to curves and line weights), pretty happy with how it ended up. the turtles natural texture had a cracked magma feel to me, which i think ties in with the Hawaiian theme. I chose this particular colour scheme to emphasize that and go with something wasn't just your typical blue and green approach. The word mark i decided to keep simple and modern again shying away from the cliche tropical look. any last suggestions before i turn it in? I'm also looking for ideas for a secondary logo, so far volcano is at the top of my list but ideas would be great
  5. the mark fits well, but so far have not been a fan of any of the typography. The closest you have come i think is maybe the script, but it still feels off. The Moderna is just far too much, especially with the extra hand motif. my suggestion would be to go simple on the type, maybe make it solid black instead the stroked type you have now. keep the focus on all the good work you have done on the mark. I've used cubano here as an example
  6. its cool, but it does remind me of one of gert van duinens logos http://www.gertvanduinen.com/writehouse
  7. hey guys, just finished up another project, its for a service called vet voice, essentially a resource for vet students and professionals to stay up to date in their field. i designed a logo and subsequent identity. ill post the logos but if your interested in seeing the rest of the package you can visit this behance link http://bit.ly/1e5k5bp c&c always welcome
  8. finished a logo and stationary design recently, just put it up on my behance. thought id share Its for a realty company, called Beacon. They sell coastal properties and seachange lifestyles. For the logo they requested a lighthouse design c&c welcome the rest in on my behance https://www.behance.net/gallery/Beacon-Realty/13645287
  9. so this is my concept for a label of premium mead. im having trouble deciding on the final shape (though im inclined towards the middle) additionally im having trouble selecting a typeface to go with it... ( and yes i know odin has an eye patch, but at present it looks better without)
  10. that sir is a symbolic logo or BRANDMARK/ LOGOMARK technically a pictogram i guess, but it conveys an entire brand rather than a single meaning logotypes are the same as wordmarks and this is not one of them, and yes monograms or lettermarks generally use letters on a side note... where do you study? ecu or curtin? or tafe?
  11. this is the most accurate feedback, everything about your logo focuses on the D (colour, size, the fact that you put points on it). which is another thing that doesn't make a whole lot of sense. the word starboard (as far as i know) doesn't have anything to do with a star or a D for that matter. if anything it represents something closer to the guiding star wich lucky for you is still nautical related. don't try and jam to many nautical references (none of which so far directly relate to the term starboard) into a single logo. telling us you "chose to incorporate as many things as I could", in itself raises a few red flags. the lighthouse idea is quite strong by itself and i really like the idea of everything sitting to the right of the D. so id say run with that and drop the star, or do the opposite and drop the lighthouse idea. id suggest reducing the visual focus on the "D" by removing the points and colour, just simplify the whole thing. as for your type you have a bit to learn, but either stick with the same type that gave you "SGD" letterforms or another simple sans-serif. you might even be able to find a suitable serif that fits a nautical and counters the heavy letterforms but that might be a push its good work but i think it could benefit from some simplicity good luck