ITORAE

by brainchilds • Uploaded: May. 26 '10 - Gallerized: May. '10

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Description: Font ITORAE is mine.
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Status: Just for fun
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myway999 May. 26 '10

i like this, very well executed idea!

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michaelspitz May. 26 '10

Loving the illustration! Great tones %26 shading.*Is there a reason the ground is sliced/uneven? Almost looks like it's sitting a platter in the bottom left corner...

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brainchilds May. 26 '10

glad you like it! :)

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brainchilds May. 26 '10

michaelspitz - No, there is not.I will change it :)

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michaelspitz May. 26 '10

%5ELooks good. To be honest I thought the platter might have been kind of clever... Especially given that it's a restaurant %3E Just a thought %3B)

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emesghali May. 26 '10

the only thing that comes to mind is CLASSY! i love it. i just dont get why the ground kind of tapers up? is it suppose to be siting on a plate? i guess you could emphasis that a little. i would also bring the text a little higher. GREAT WORK!

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michaelspitz May. 27 '10

Great! Happy you took a stab a the platter idea %3E it's pretty intriguing in my opinion... And it would definitely make a mean looking cake %3B)**Something about the platter doesn't seem quite right to me, maybe it's a bit too wide? I think your earlier 'ground' width was probably sufficient, and if you narrow it a bit it'll also match your shadow better. While I like the new rounded base, perhaps the 'plate' would work better with squarer edges / less perspective %3E Right now it looks a bit like half a circle with the back missing %3E probably because the perspective is a bit off between it and the building.**Hope you don't mind the extended commentary %3E I guess I had something in mind when I suggested it... %3B)

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brainchilds May. 27 '10

Thx man, truly useful advices! its changed! :)

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birofunk May. 27 '10

fantastic illustration %26 great idea to stick it on a platter. Also love your type treatment here.

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dotted i May. 27 '10

This is a fantastic logo...both the mark and the typeface. I liked it the minute I saw it pop up. All the suggestions you've gotten and changes you've made all work perfectly. Congrats.

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emesghali May. 27 '10

i like the platter idea! great redo.

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brainchilds May. 27 '10

Cool u liked it with new look!

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onesummer May. 27 '10

great job! is it me or does the roof-line on the right portion look more jagged than the roof-line on the left portion?

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McGuire Design May. 27 '10

Very beautiful, nice illustration style.

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logomotive May. 28 '10

Mark is nice, type could use some work and if any of you cannot see that, well I guess art is in the eye of the beholder.

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OcularInk May. 28 '10

%5E %5E The 'O', 'R' and 'E' especially. %3B%5E)

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logomotive May. 28 '10

seriously,Not trying to be an ass or anything but this type needs some major work. Well IMO anyhow.

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brainchilds May. 28 '10

You know, i am still mastering skill of making typography so if you logomotive have some advice tell me :) I will focus on that and make it better. Cya!

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logomotive May. 28 '10

Hey thanks for listening. I love to help:). I'm still mastering it myself. OK the.. I, compare that with the rest of the letters. See how it's so bold meeting horizontals and serifs?Really only fits in with the A here, The O seems a little odd in comparison, the R's lobe is too narrow and a very odd spacing left between R A E. This can be improved a lot be making your horizontals strokes Including the O ,..a little bit thicker to match the I and A here.Normally the A goes from thin to thick on stems. make sure all stems are the same width.

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nido May. 28 '10

yeah... Mike's mastering catching flies with chopsticks... the rest of us... wax on....

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logomotive May. 28 '10

danielson,.. caught 2 today.

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JF May. 28 '10

Yes, agree with logo motive on the type needing help. Also, text/type under the name is far too small, and will be virtually illegible at small sizes %5Bon a business card, on envelopes, etc.%5D...**I'm a fan of the 'shrink test'. If your logo is still readable/legible at an image width and height of 1%22, it's a success, visually speaking. Not including white space, that is. If it's longer in width rather than height, use that as your 1%22 measurement, same goes for height rather than width, if it's higher rather than wider. Hope that makes sense%3B it's late, and I may be rambling. Good luck with it!

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brainchilds May. 29 '10

Ok, i have made it a little bit thicker as you can see %3B)

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