Higher Motion V2

by lumo • Uploaded: Aug. 16 '10 - Gallerized: Mar. '11

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Description: Girl version of this concept. Boy version at: http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/112798.
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Status: Just for fun
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Tags: ponytail rope
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JoePrince Aug. 16 '10

Nice updates James, looks great mate. Close the space a little between O and T in MOTION though.

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lumo Aug. 16 '10

Thanks joe. This one does communicate more motion which makes it stronger IMO.

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OcularInk Aug. 16 '10

The idea is really nice. The silhouette feels awkward though. Something might be off with the proportions.

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JoePrince Aug. 16 '10

%5EHmm...I know on the other one some people were saying the proportions looked off also. For some reason I'm not seeing any problems with it. Maybe it's time I get some new glasses :)

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webcore Aug. 16 '10

Nice work!**I agree with the proportions comment though. The legs could definately do with being longer.**Also there seems to be little shape to the bum as it's cut off by the swing seat. I'd raise the figure off the seat, add greater curve to the backside and blend the bottom of the torso with the legs with a fluid curve (at the top where the rope comes down) so that both parts appear as a single stremiline shape.**

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OcularInk Aug. 16 '10

%5E %5E Good comments. The neck head area feels a little awkward too. And something about how the hair is flowing off the head isn't right. Where's Mike or Alan when you need them? @Joe Yep, I think it's time. :-)

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lumo Aug. 16 '10

thanks ocularink and webcore for the feedback, I'm still working on it and will post an update. Keep in touch guys!

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webcore Aug. 16 '10

I noted the update before reading the comments.**Agreed. Much better! :-)

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lumo Aug. 16 '10

thanks, I'm still tweaking but I agree with logoses that I'm liking the updated boy version more.

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brandclay Aug. 20 '10

This is great.**On another note, might be cool if you had it suspended from a moon. :)**Too much? Ya never know people.*

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lecart Aug. 20 '10

%5E yeah, but the moon is more or less a trademark for Dreamworks in this industry.

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brandclay Aug. 20 '10

they dont own the moon.

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lumo Aug. 20 '10

Thanks brandclay. Dreamworks probably think they do.

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lumo Jan. 28 '11

Just made some updates on this logo.

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Oronoz ® Jan. 28 '11

Really nice, James!!

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myob Jan. 29 '11

The girl presents herself way better than the boy. After all, women are prettier by nature in any possible way compared to men :).%0D*%0D*She keeps her legs up so the space between the illustration and the type seems more balanced than it is on the boy's concept. Straight winner!

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lumo Jan. 29 '11

One of the changes I wanted to make is to have the type to be more consistent with the girl. I feel that this type works better than the all uppercase and gives it a softer feel. Appreciate the comment MYOB!

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Mikeymike Mar. 28 '11

this all fits nicely, James.

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ALL4LEO Mar. 28 '11

Yeah, awesome logo!

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webcore Mar. 28 '11

Nice to see this featured!

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milou Mar. 29 '11

That's sweet work James, glad it made the gallery finally.

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contrast8 Mar. 29 '11

congrats James:) great logo:)

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Rokac Mar. 29 '11

Very nice and inspirational:)

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Jedah Doma Mar. 29 '11

As others said, the girl looks wrong. Her body is out of proportion. Her motion looks stiff and unnatural. Also having her swinging in the middle of blank space looks odd. It's an interesting idea, but it feels uninspired to me.

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lumo Mar. 29 '11

Appreciate all the comments guys!**@Jedah, I feel that the stiffness that was mentioned has been removed and it pretty much looks like a girl would on a swing. Also in terms of swinging out on a 'blank space' looking odd: the whole point is to make it free and moving.

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Pierro Mar. 31 '11

Very nice and clean logo.

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brandsimplicity Mar. 31 '11

Congrats on the gallery, this has a great feeling:)

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lumo Mar. 31 '11

Thanks for the comments and for the gallery spot.

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brandsanity Apr. 02 '11

Love the feeling of this - I think you chose the perfect point in the swing to illustrate the movement.

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Bernd Apr. 03 '11

higher expertise !!

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