Anchor Marine

by webcore • Uploaded: Dec. 07 '10 - Gallerized: Feb. '11

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Description: Anchor Marine. Boat repair.
Status: Client work
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Tags: repair fishing boat marine
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Lecart Dec. 07 '10

this is very nice

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ethereal Dec. 07 '10

Nice mark, Daniel.

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lumavine Dec. 07 '10

Great work! Love the way it feels like a collection of objects from a dock.

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myway999 Dec. 07 '10

superb one. gallery deserved:)

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racer Dec. 11 '10

yeah I really like this one

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folkypaul Jan. 12 '11

Why this work not in gallery yet?!

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webcore Jan. 18 '11

Thanks for your comments!

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richardbaird Feb. 11 '11

Love the rope execution, great work.

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webcore Feb. 11 '11

Many Thanks! Honored to be in the gallery! :D

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Stoshio Feb. 11 '11

I believe it should be sterndrive instead of sterdrive. Maybe I'm wrong but I don't think so.

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webcore Feb. 11 '11

@Stoshio Thanks for the heads up! You are right. It was actually corrected but it seems I've uploaded an older version!

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[email protected] Jan. 14 '13

Hey every bud! I want to ask if the logos in this website are for sale or free of cost?

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brammoolenaar Jan. 14 '13

^ Status: Client work. So probably not.

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tabithakristen Jan. 14 '13

[email protected]: You\'re kidding right? Or... not? If you\'re not being sarcastic or something, then no. You may not just freely use anything on this website without permission. However if you\'d like to buy a logo from someone, I guess you could contact them or ask them if it\'s for sale. Also as bram pointed out, this one in specific says \"Client Work\" which means it was created for a client. This website is for identity inspiration, it\'s not for buying/selling/stock logos or... giving them away. :)

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[email protected] Jan. 14 '13

tabithakristen: calm down! why are you so over reacting!? There\'s nothing written in this website any where about it and I found this website while I searching for a good logo. So I didn\'t know anything..So I simply asked..no sarcasm.. no kidding.. So stop being whatever you\'re tring to..

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Hayes Image Jan. 14 '13

Hi, Md. Zaman. Logos marked \'client work\' have been developed for a client at an agreed fee/cost & used by that business. It would be unethical of the designer to re-sell that artwork to another party.

Some designers on this site do indeed make conceptual logos for the purpose of sale & others do not. Logopond at heart is an inspiration & critique service. A site such as http://www.brandcrowd.com/ would be the place to search for pre-made design options.

Typically speaking most designers here would prefer to work off a brief & design something for you from scratch. There is an option to request a quote from the logopond forum page if you\'re interested.

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logomotive Jan. 14 '13

^ Josh you beat me to it. I can see both parties point of view.

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ClimaxDesigns Jan. 15 '13

Md.Zaman, Tabitha is not overreacting or trying to \'be\' anything. the logopond logo clearly says Identity Inspiration, it doesn\'t say, sales site, it doesn\'t say free use logos, whats upsetting to her and may others is people actually come to this site and steal peoples work, claiming to not know.
Thats like walking into Museum and trying to walk out with a painting saying \" thought it was for sale or free, cause there\'s no signs posted outside explaining what a museum is.\"

I guess I really, really, really need to write up an FAQ for those who can\'t quite seem to figure out that this site is not set up as a sales site. What burns me up about that is not the extra work involved in actually doing it. But spending 5 minutes on this site should make it fairly clear whats going on here, I can\'t say that I\'ve ever gone to a website and looked for \'instructions\' on how to use it or to find out what the site is about.

Please excuse my gruffness...

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