Lone Star Olive Oil Ranch

by Mikeymike • Uploaded: Feb. 16 '11

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Description: WIP_2 other design can be seen at http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/128946
Status: Work in progress
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Mikeymike Feb. 16 '11

Still WIP but a little more %22out of the ordinary%22 approach. Too weird? thoughts?

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logomotive Feb. 16 '11

depends on the brief?

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Mikeymike Feb. 16 '11

Texas style and flair with a classic look to it. This is a little border line maybe, but i though Texan's have a good humor, as long as it has that local flair. Maybe a long shot, but I thought it had a bit of subtle class to it.

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logomotive Feb. 16 '11

not diggin the angle for one, I think it causes odd balance of the arched type. Just my opinion.

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Mikeymike Feb. 16 '11

yeah, been trying to work on that, Mike. Plus some other things. I was just trying to see what designer's thought of the direction for now. I'll reload when I got something closer. thanks, man.

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Mikeymike Feb. 16 '11

UPDATED. changed the angle on the olive bull. Getting closer to what I have in mind for this concept direction. Thanks, Mike for the insight.

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Mikeymike Feb. 18 '11

Little update on this one, for shits and giggles.*

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Mikeymike Feb. 18 '11

Thanks David, I'll give that a look see.

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Mikeymike Feb. 18 '11

UPDATED.*Yeah, David, I believe that helped. pushed the perspective up a bit.*Thanks.

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Mikeymike Feb. 24 '11

thanks, David. again, I appreciate the help.

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Agencija Feb. 24 '11

When I look on this i like more and more! This is real Texas and start to preffer! Great exlusive job!

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Mikeymike Feb. 24 '11

Thank you , Agencija. Yeah I think it would make its presents on the shelf pretty good. %3B)

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Simon™ Mar. 11 '11

Nothing is too weird for me. I think that this is totally on the mark (excuse the pun)!

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Mikeymike Mar. 11 '11

Thanks, Simon. yah, I would rather push the weird a bit and work my way back. cheers.

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JF Mar. 11 '11

Good illustration. Do I remember correctly when I recall something said about changing the bright green to a toned down, more %22olive-like%22 color? Maybe a bright green to olive tone gradient used here? Fabulous concept and execution, btw.

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Mikeymike Mar. 11 '11

Thanks, JF. I had toned this down a bit, it was a lot brighter at first. thanks for the comment. take care.

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