Good Deed Seed

by Brandsanity • Uploaded: Apr. 05 '11 - Gallerized: Apr. '11

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Description: Logo design for internet start-up.
Status: Client work
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LadyGrey Apr. 05 '11

funny %26 clever solution

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mavric Apr. 06 '11

well done, love those

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brandsanity Apr. 07 '11

Woohoo, thanks for the gallery spot :D**Cheers for all the comments and floats everyone - really appreciated as always

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lumavine Apr. 07 '11

Cute! I saw it first as a watermelon, probably because of the color. Maybe go a bit more brown?

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logoturn Apr. 07 '11

I saw it as a watermelon too, but it still worked because they have so many seeds lol . i love the feel of this and it makes me want to run out buy some kind of wacom tablet to do looser work like this.

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brandsanity Apr. 07 '11

Ha, that never even crossed my mind! Thanks lumavine. Made the switch to brown as suggested - what do you think?**Thanks logoturn - yeah I'd highly recommend one. I don't think there's a single thing I design without picking up my tablet pen!

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Sean Heisler Apr. 07 '11

He he. Much better. I thought the same thing, thought it was just me. Good change, Daniel!

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dean_brown Apr. 07 '11

i liked it better green to be honest stood out a bit more, kinda reminds me of a walnut now. good design non the less

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dean_brown Apr. 07 '11

quick question :) do you use the wacom tablet or a different one? if you use a wacom do you just buy the bamboo? or do you need to add additional software to create things like this

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brandsanity Apr. 07 '11

I have a wacom now but used to own a cheaper Trust tablet. The Trust one was awesome to try out before splashing out so much money on the wacom - but once I made the switch there really is no comparison! I do alot of hand drawn illustration and animation so it's pretty much a necessity for me, but I find myself using it for practically everything design related now... It works just like a mouse once the drivers have been installed so it can be used with just about any program that has freehand tools.

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dean_brown Apr. 07 '11

thats cool which type wacom?

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JF Apr. 09 '11

So, brandsanity...do you have any issues with nib wear, or tablet surface wear, or grooves worn into the tablet surface with your wacom bamboo fun pen and touch?

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brandsanity Apr. 09 '11

Nope, none of that! Had it almost 2 years now - it's had some heavy usage and i'm only on my second nib (I was pressing much too hard with my first, the second has barely any wear at all!)**Have you been having problems with yours?

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