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  1. Hi take a look on my last work hope you'll enjoy it....
  2. Hello people, it's good to be back on this forum after couple of years. Recently I designed a logo for my hometown team who is competing in top tier of the Serbian basketball league. Since everything on the logo is in my language, I will explain you everything you need to know. The small letters means basketball club which is common thing to be written in most of our logos (we don't have team nicknames written in the logo). The main word TAMIŠ is the name of the river that goes through my hometown and as you can guess, the team name. Therefore, below the name is the basketball flowing on waves sort of. I have designed this 1 month ago and still can't figure out if I like it or not. I would appreciate every feedback, opinion, critics and comments. Please don't be discouraged to comment even if the logo is not from usual leagues
  3. After seeing that the Raptors are about to officially scrap their anthropomorphized raptor logo at the end of this season, as a Bucks fan, it got me thinking about the Bucks old logo with a sweater-wearing deer spinning the ball on his hoof. That logo inspired this idea to recreate a deer going in for a layup. I also made another less anthropomorphic version of a charging buck. In the layup logo, I wanted to show the athleticism and light-footedness of a deer. In the charging logo, I wanted to show the other side of a buck - that is its strength. These don't really match the typical composition you see from an NBA logo now days, but I've grown to dislike the Bucks current flat, line-drawing of a logo that they've been using for 20 years, and wanted to go in a completely different direction.