I decided to make a teardrops logo just to see if I have a skill for it.
Contents of the Post:
The Logo Making Process
Preview of the next logo (yeah I made two but I have yet to finish the other one)
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Step 3: The Logo
Step 1: Pencil and Ink the layout
Step 2: Color
Step 3: Final Work
I used black gel pen and a bond paper. I colored it through photoshop to darken some lines and access to other colors.
Instead of yellow, I chose a darker shade of the color so it won't hurt the eyes
I'm no expert at creating logos. You can see it from my outputs. However, I often see people making logos with too much detail. A logo should be simple to remember and makes an impression that lasts to an observer. Too many details just confuses the eyes and can distort the message. I don't think I did a good output with this one.
I used too much black and instead of repairing it, I decided to create another teardrops logo. Here's a preview of it:
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