Kings's Cakes

by SamDeMastrie • Uploaded: Aug. 20 '12

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Description: I'm part of a Logo Design Challenge facebook group with some school friends. The purpose is to challenge ourselves and learn to harness our creativity by designing a unique logo every day. Day 18 called for a bakery.

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samdemastrie Aug. 20 '12

I would love some critique on this piece. There's no type yet, but it's one of my first solid illustrative logos. What do you guys think?

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ClimaxDesigns Aug. 20 '12

this is very, very good I like how you got the light and dark side, thats hard to do subtly

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nydesign Aug. 20 '12

yeah thats why i floated it, the shadowing was just perfect.

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nydesign Aug. 20 '12

Agree with david on it. As for critique Sam, I can't say there's anything wrong in it. Except one little thing I'd add, the sides of the papercup need to be protruded by edefinition i think. Not sure i'm explaining right but those highlights on the papercup give it depth like it protrudes, so for the corner ones too it'd protrodude a bit more and not be flat. thats the only critique i can think of. Even if you dont fix this, i dont see no issue :D

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Type and Signs Aug. 21 '12

very nice illi ... there's only one (german) aspect ... I've learned from my profs the light in graphic design always comes from the top left and goes to the bottom right ... really don't know why ... have you ever heard people talking about that ??? psychological meaning ???? rising sun ??? positivity ??? reading from left to right ... curious about your thoughts ;D

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samdemastrie Aug. 21 '12

Bernd I haven't ever heard of that, but it's interesting. Probably a reading left to right thing. Thanks for the comments people.

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ClimaxDesigns Aug. 21 '12

ive never heard of that Bernd though i will say most light shadow im used to seeing is like whats illustrated here, to me having it opposite wouldn't look right. the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.

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type and signs Aug. 21 '12

understand ... I agree with the rising thing and the east ... but if you make a 180 turn all becomes different ... we live in the cold north of Germany and we are used to look the whole day in a southern direction (Italy/Spain) ... so for us the sun rises on the left ... ;D

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samdemastrie Aug. 21 '12

Ha, probably over-thinking the importance of the light source on this one. Still, I appreciate the discussion.

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Type and Signs Aug. 22 '12

don't know why I didn't floated at first sight ... so float and fave ... because it's great ... ;D

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