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the_cynic

So which text should I pick for my logo?  

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to better match the look of your "bee", what about something all-original or built from scratch? your logo has a nice feel to it, and none of those options really gells with it too well. if you do choose any of them, maybe go back and further tweak the text to tighten the kearning (spacing between letters), or overlap some of the characters. another option is to overdo serifs and/or any open ends of the lettering to get a more custom look to it.

you're on the right track to a very good identity mark.

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to better match the look of your "bee", what about something all-original or built from scratch? your logo has a nice feel to it, and none of those options really gells with it too well. if you do choose any of them, maybe go back and further tweak the text to tighten the kearning (spacing between letters), or overlap some of the characters. another option is to overdo serifs and/or any open ends of the lettering to get a more custom look to it.

you're on the right track to a very good identity mark.

So you think the letters might be too close?

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I really like the pointed serifs of "D" and think they tie in with the Bee concept best. I also like the thickness of the capital letters of "D" and think they match the weight of the logo best to my eye.

JeffB

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I originally voted for B, I thought the Batman Forever font had angles similar to your artwork. I agree with pagan, you might want to draw your own letters for your logo, that way you can match the style of your bee a little closer than with regular fonts.

That aside, I like the outlined treatment of the bottom entry in your last post. It looks like Revue. It looks better than "pirate keg", or whatever the first font is...the one based on E. Carolina? Just be cautious if you skew the lettering yourself. As a vector king, you are probably aware that skewing the art will distort it to a point that the vertical strokes look out of proportion to the horizontal ones...this is evident especially in the B and the N, because those have diagonal strokes that make extra skewing more obvious.

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