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DJ_MI 
29/7/08 9:19:40 PM
Champion

I love the second one to!

That would be awesome with some blocking and shadow effects! :D

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bluedude 
7/8/08 5:05:57 PM
Guru

Quote by err0r

Quote by devoid
Quote by DJ_MI
Hmm... Waits...

:D



i do have other things to do, patience

another style: http://img509.imageshack.us/img509/3420/mi2yq0.jpg



Excellent, particularly the second one!

One could incorporate that logo into many a different scene to great effect.




I found these pretty hard to read. Also, g0t hopscotch? :)

I like Devoid's earlier one: http://img229.imageshack.us/img229/478/mi1yf3.jpg

Good work fellas.

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err0r 
7/8/08 6:54:32 PM
Overlord

Stylish though! :)

I find many band logos are difficult to read - this one is at least legible on second glance, which is more than I can say for many metal bands' logos.

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bluedude 
9/8/08 4:28:53 PM
Guru

Quote by err0r

Stylish though! :)

I find many band logos are difficult to read - this one is at least legible on second glance, which is more than I can say for many metal bands' logos.




Yeah, but this isn't a metal band. Metal bands are known for their almost-unreadable logos. I don't think it suits techno'ey sorta music though.

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moofactory 
13/8/08 10:13:40 PM
Titan

Quote by devoid
Quote by DJ_MI
Hmm... Waits...

:D



i do have other things to do, patience

another style: http://img509.imageshack.us/img509/3420/mi2yq0.jpg



At first glance it looks like it spells "Shatt Nigle"
Its not readable.

Your other style with the building in the background looked very DJ/Techno/Dance and professional.

This.. I dont know what to make of, only that ive turned into a usability Nazi for web and this comes under unreadable to the average user.


I think if your going to go with something like this in this style.. dont join the loops and make it bolder.

Consider scalability at small sizes.
Its rather thin.

[Edit] Ive made a slight modification to show you what I mean, its much more readable now.

http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa265/moofactory1/1.gif


Edited by moofactory: 13/8/2008 10:39:48 PM

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err0r 
14/8/08 5:20:45 AM
Overlord

Quote by moofactory
Quote by devoid
Quote by DJ_MI
Hmm... Waits...

:D



i do have other things to do, patience

another style: http://img509.imageshack.us/img509/3420/mi2yq0.jpg



At first glance it looks like it spells "Shatt Nigle"
Its not readable.

Your other style with the building in the background looked very DJ/Techno/Dance and professional.

This.. I dont know what to make of, only that ive turned into a usability Nazi for web and this comes under unreadable to the average user.


I think if your going to go with something like this in this style.. dont join the loops and make it bolder.

Consider scalability at small sizes.
Its rather thin.

[Edit] Ive made a slight modification to show you what I mean, its much more readable now.

http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa265/moofactory1/1.gif


Edited by moofactory: 13/8/2008 10:39:48 PM



Album covers are funny things! You think that having the artists name in clear, legible writing on the cover would be normal and preferred, but actual covers belies this point.

Blank covers of a single colour, covers with a single image only, covers with an illegible band logo only, covers with an illegible logo plus and image, covers with artist name and album title in what looks to be Arial or something equally as plain. All of these are common and accepted.

Usually an album with a difficult to decipher typeface on the cover will have a more plain type on the spine, but even here I've seen plenty of albums who delight in keeping their information obscure.

Personally I don't mind if the artist logo is stylised to the point of being non-obvious, particularly if the style is kept constant between works, but prefer the album title to be more legible.

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DJ_MI 
16/8/08 5:53:38 PM
Champion

A friend of mine did this for me

http://i266.photobucket.com/albums/ii249/DJ_MI/MATTINGLElogo-1.jpg

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superfireydave 
17/8/08 9:48:03 AM
Titan

That's.. OK I guess.
The fonts really yucky though :<

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DJ_MI 
17/8/08 1:00:17 PM
Champion

It is only an idea, looks pretty amateur

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superfireydave 
17/8/08 6:30:01 PM
Titan

Personally, I think the insistance to add a picture to your name is fail. It can make it a bit tacky, and is hard to work with for album art.
http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/4948/mijb1.jpg
is the one I like most in this thread.

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Mreow?
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DJ_MI 
18/8/08 8:03:05 AM
Champion

Link is broken Dave

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superfireydave 
18/8/08 11:11:01 AM
Titan

It's not, it your network connection most likely. It's the copy and paste of devoids first idea in this thread.
edit: try http://img141.imageshack.us/img141/3912/mijb1xb2.jpg as well.


Edited by superfireydave: 18/8/2008 11:12:05 AM

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Mreow?
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err0r 
18/8/08 2:57:27 PM
Overlord

Quote by DJ_MI
Link is broken Dave



Not broken for me. :)

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DJ_MI 
18/8/08 7:55:45 PM
Champion

Yeah the link is fine now.

I love the text of that one. hmm




Edited by DJ_MI: 18/8/2008 7:56:07 PM

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superfireydave 
18/8/08 10:00:40 PM
Titan

Well, to me, what you're asking isn't a logo so much as a branding tool. Something that you can put on anything that makes it instantly recognisable as yours. Am I right?

A logo could do that, but I'm not sure if a logo and text would work - at least not the type you've described.

With the text that devoids done, you can easily change the colour to suit the background you're putting it on, and it's learnable too.

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Mreow?
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DJ_MI 
19/8/08 8:04:16 AM
Champion

Hmm good point...

**ponders some more**

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