Jun. 11 '10
For an outdoor/adventure writer. The writer's main topic: The deer and their habitat.
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like the edginess of it.
thanks for the comment, Lumo. appreciate it.
just wondering if the quill pen tip in the skull is legable?
Update, with some minor tweaks. Worked on skull and quill pen tip.
this is very nicely executed Mike. it does feel a bit scary, tho'. :)
thanks for the comment, Lecart. Yeah, I'm a little concerned on that. But then again we are talking ot hunters in general.
really like the line work on the skull
thank you, brittany. you have some pretty good line skills yourself.
GREAT concept and nicely executed!
type08 and sdijock, thanks. appreciate the comments and floats. :)
Brilliant concept, saw it straight away!
thanks, engar and Alen for the kind words.
Also thanks for the gallery post. much appreciated.
there's something about the name Mike...
Love it! Clever integration of the nib into a deer's antlers. The pin striping style is awesome, too!
thanks, koodoz, much appreciated.
not sure I follow, nido.
I made this name up in place of the writer's real name. This design ended up being put on the back burner, the writer felt this tied him down to much to deer hunting only. (even though most his work was 90% deer projects.) He wanted to break into other outdoor categories. We'll see if if he changes his mind.
Intriguing stuff Mikey!
Thanks, Michael, always appreciate your comments. :)
it's ok... I meant that "Mikes" seem to produce fine logo works... including Mr Spitz ;)
:) wow I need some sleep.
^Ha! ;) I'm with you buddy...
LOL, I read it now, nido. I finally got a good nights sleep. :)
Nice. I wish the buck/pen image itself had some of the thick and thins present in all other elements.
good pint to consider, Mr. Logoboom. thanks.
Seems we were on the same page with our fountain-pens. Nice work as always!
:) guess so. thanks for the comment, cresk. enjy your "writehouse"
What a great logo, and a dream client - so specific! Don't you just hate those generic logo briefs? It would be funny if you did a version of the buck from behind (as a pun on 'tales'). ;-)
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