Golf Chat

by Mikeymike • Uploaded: Jun. 07 '12 - Gallerized: Jun. '12

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Description: WIP. for a friend's blog. name may change. custom font along with icon. THANKS to Bernd (Type and Signs) for the suggestion of placing the (copy) lines in place of the original second quote box. This helped give the club its sweet spot and help the quote box. THX, man. copyright. mike bruner 6-2012.
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Mikeymike Jun. 07 '12

I know quote bubbles have been done too hell and back, but I was just thinking the two clubs (one inside the other) was different enough to play with. Any one seen anything too close?
Also am playing with a hand done font and trying to get the shapes to look and feel like iron club heads.

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tabithakristen Jun. 07 '12

I could be wrong but, wouldn't it work with only the outermost club shaped bubble? I like the concept though!

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Mikeymike Jun. 08 '12

Thanks for the feed back Tabitha. I placed one up with the single club head (driver) as the quote mark and it is cleaner. But feels like something missing now, may be just me though. Feels like that sweet spot on the driver is missing. (golf talk.)
Thanks for the comment.

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herbert light Jun. 11 '12

I prefer the simple version, without the inner speech bubble. It looks like a golf club head and a speech bubble. It's simple, like me.

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tabithakristen Jun. 11 '12

I definitely prefer the simple version. I think it translates well!

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Mikeymike Jun. 11 '12

Tanks for the feedback, Herbert. appreciate it!

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Mikeymike Jun. 11 '12

Thanks, Tabitha. thanks for the insight. helps. cheers.

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Type and Signs Jun. 14 '12

I think it would be nice to use only the outer shape ... but ... it would be great to insert three horizontal lines ... (sometimes these "clubs" have structured areas) and these lines could symbolize spoken words ...

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Mikeymike Jun. 14 '12

nice though, Bernd. it still lets the sweet spot show on the club face also.
THX, man.

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Mikeymike Jun. 14 '12

Made the change to the main design. Thanks to Bernd.
You can check out the other concepts to see where its been.

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ColinTierney Jun. 14 '12

brilliant. looks like a speech bubble and the grooves in the club suggest words in which you "chat"

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ru_ferret Jun. 14 '12

Wise advice! Good job, Mike.

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milou Jun. 14 '12

Yup, this looks even better now Mike.

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Mikeymike Jun. 14 '12

I agree guys. Thanks again Bernd.
It weird cause now I look at it and it should have been obvious, but I looked right past it in development.

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dotflo Jun. 14 '12

oh yes, that's what it was missing :D great job Mike!

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antoonj Jun. 15 '12

That nailed it. Awesome job!

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vergad Jun. 15 '12

fantastic work here and yep! great advice from the Bman!

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firebrand Jun. 15 '12

A lot better Mike. I was going to suggest using the lines in the club. Honest ;)

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Siah-Design Jun. 15 '12

OK, now this one has been nailed. Great job!

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Mikeymike Jun. 15 '12

Thanks for the comments and gallery spot.
I believe ya Roy, Bernd was just faster I guess. HA! THX!

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Mikeymike Jun. 15 '12

Thanks, Big Mike. Means a lot!

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tabithakristen Jun. 15 '12

Congrats on the gallery spot! I love this latest revision. :)

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kWeglinski Jun. 19 '12

good idea with lines inside golf club that suggests both: golf and chat.
And in logo design most important is? Idea. Good job :)

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Mikeymike Jun. 19 '12

thanks Tabitha.
Cerise appreciate the digg! :)
kWeglinski, glad you like the idea direction. appreciate that.
Cheers all.

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garychew1984 Jun. 19 '12

simple effective! great job as always!

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ocularink Jun. 20 '12

Great concept, Mikey. Bernd's suggestion was the icing on the cake.

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Mikeymike Jun. 25 '12

Agree, Kevin. took it to the next level for sure. thanks.
Belc, thanks to you also for the comments. Appreciate it!

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Dan. Nov. 06 '12

I missed this one! love it!

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Mikeymike Nov. 06 '12

Amit and Dan thanks for the comments. Appreciate \'em. cheers.

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