Marlin

by serhos • Uploaded: Mar. 14 '11 - Gallerized: Mar. '17

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Description: Marlin mark for some line with clothes for saltwater fishing

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dannygdammit Mar. 14 '11

very nice illo.. maybe a bit too close to this? http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/116798

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serhos Mar. 14 '11

Thank you Dan. Guess it looks a bit the same just because of their body position. No more

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milou Mar. 15 '11

Oh my, nice Marlin.

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thewebster Mar. 15 '11

Hmm, looks nice. And ... I something like that. Oh, here: http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/116934

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thelaw Sep. 03 '11

Gotta agree with thewebster, you clearly reworked this mark:**http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/116934

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chanpion Sep. 03 '11

Hmmm...although the marks are in a similar position or even a little close in style I honestly doubt serhos would rip someone else's designs. We all at some stage as designers will inadvertently create a design that could come from our sub-conscious and would finish up looking like someone else's creation.**By the look and style of serhos's showcase, his quality of work speaks for itself. I very much doubt he would put his integrity on the line by intentionally 'rework' another designer's mark.**FYI: I created this in 2001 and uploaded in 07.

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ColinTierney Sep. 03 '11

%5E gotta agree with norman, serhos has too many credentials to be accused of ripping anyone off intentionally.

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logomotive Sep. 03 '11

I disagree about any copying here. I designed a marlin years ago that was almost identical to Chanpions work, so I never posted it. It's a common natural pose of surfacing Marlins.

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fogra Sep. 04 '11

Agree with Mike. Just type 'marlin logo' into google and you will see that it's a very common stance for the logo with the tail fin curved around. And the examples of the logos shown above are all executed very differently IMO.

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serhos Sep. 04 '11

Sorry guys but I think if you have a pair of eyes it is enough to see the difference:)**I can write a lot about logo creation process here but honestly I don't want to do it. I can say only one thing...I respect designers doing their job and I respect myself, it's more than enough for me to still or redraw somebody's job.**Thelaw: It's the easiest thing to through a blame to somebody's face. It doesn't matter for me but it can draw you as loud person.

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serhos Sep. 04 '11

Sure I meant %22...it's enough for me not steal or redraw somebody's job%22

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serhos Sep. 04 '11

Thank you all dudes for your words and understanding, and thank you guys on the other side for your opinion!

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cnasshan Sep. 04 '11

Serhos, all debates aside, I think you did a magnificent job here. It's one of the best representations of a Marlin fish I've ever seen.

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THEArtistT Sep. 04 '11

I'm with Mike, I drew a very similar Merlin many years ago that would look very much like this one and the other. The open mouth and the positioning are just very common.

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Serhos Sep. 04 '11

Thank you Nash!**The question of match is a very common thing in a logo design, and I see no reasons to discuss an obvious thing just because of somebody can't see the difference.

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james ewin designs Jan. 06 '12

Could not agree with chanpion more! Too many haters, not enough praise. Serhos showcase speaks for itself.

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logomotive Jan. 06 '12

Regardless they are one badass looking fish.

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serhos Jan. 07 '12

David, with all my respect to every person I can't see here %22...you clearly reworked this mark...%22 any critical analysis, it looks more like a %22shaking the air%22 as we call it here in Russia.**

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serhos Jan. 09 '12

That's the point David, indeed.*Thank you.

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serhos Dec. 06 '17

@grafian Looks like someone else.

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