Jul. 01 '10
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I'm currently working on a logo for a dental technician and I wonder if anyone of you has seen something similar to this.
%5EWhat my friend Tony meant to say Julian is %22No, I haven't seen this before.%22
Oh, and this is very nice btw :)
Lol. OK, thanks :)
STRONG!! like it Julian.
Not that I can recall, man. Sorry for being nit-picky, but have you tried extending the right top portion of the C down a bit? For some reason that negative space in the C makes the mark seem a little out of balance. Since the right portion of the D extends up, that might help by extending the right top portion of the C down. I dunno, maybe worth a try though.
Thanks Rudy! *Kevin, nit-picking welcome :) No, I have not tried it and I tell you why. Maybe you didn't notice but I constructed the initials so that they also form a tooth (when rotated 90 degrees to the right). I want to use that as an additional design element. Now if I changed one of the right parts of the %22C%22 that would make the tooth element out of balance. However what I could try is extending both the top and bottom right part of the %22c%22. I'm very interested if others see it %22out of balance%22 as well...
Fab work Julian. Looking forward to see some more.
Thank you, Mads!
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