Hey all you redo submitters, I’m going to hold off on your redo entries unless they are drastically different and I mean, drastically. I’ll be sure to add them to the ballot and, more importantly, we’ll see them so don’t worry. Thanks, it’s going to help us get through these entries much quicker.
Jon! Don’t tell the Reno Aces your team name. But lets pretend that part of the entry will be changed. I really like this “A” I especially like how you shaded the “A” crossbar. A very nice decision. Clean, professional, and patriotic…one-n-done!
Peter! This guys is great. Great colors as well. One thing to think about when doing a retro character logo is the feet and the bottom of the logo. Even if you want them standing, it helps to put their feet at an angle or even better get them on one foot or running with both feet off the ground. It helps to make the shape of the design more interesting. You feel me? Great start!
Mike! I always think that a Sleepy Hollow themed hat would be great. It seems like you don’t know Illustrator that well but you had a strong idea and you found a way to bring it to life. That goes so far with us. I really like your horse a lot. I think it’s great. One trick that Jason and I try to use is to not show all our cards with one logo. So instead of showing the entire headless horseman, can you just show parts on him that tell the same story but leave some mystery. It’s a great way to keep a logo simple. Lets see a revision!
Chuck! It took me a few looks to get the Walmart part of Walmartians. I’m guessing there are a lot of Walmarts in your town, funny. Shouldn’t he be riding on a Rascal? It’s a really strong drawing, I love his mouth and his expression, it seems effortless in the way you want drawing to be. Well done. I like it…one-n-done!