I’m trying to create my own logo but it’s really hard to design if your client is yourself. 😦
Yes I’m an artist. I have produced and published different logos for movies, businesses, weddings, events, etc. But making one for my own business is so hard!!! I’m such an annoying client.
I’m quite happy with my artwork on the 2nd draft but I’m quite not sure if I could use it as my official logo.
So I asked for some opinions and suggestions. Some liked it. But I’m still not convinced that it okay. So again, I asked my friend Madz, an artist too about here honest opinion. And I liked what she said. Thanks Mads. 🙂
“Okay yung idea na ambigram. But then again, anong purpose bat gusto mo ambigram?
Unless Ipprint mo siya in Tiles (ie.LV, MK,CK) mahirap siya actually basahin pag malayo kasi madaming curls.
Your logo kinda leans on a very retro style, yun ba ang Vinivision mo sa composition mo?
Or modern na? Inisip ko kasi pag photog na logo – based also on what’s already out there – very distinct siya, simple and straight forward. Yung di masyado elaborate yung style. pwede Very distinct yung font. Tapos Yung pinaka Emblem mo hindi very detailed so that when you slap it on to your photos (watermark) it Would easily represent you by not straying away sa style ng photography mo. isipin mo lang na kunwari ang titingin ng photos mo Only have 2 seconds For memory retention. photog kasi yan eh–may story na sa mga photos–so kailngan yung logo na ilalagay mo dun hindi Masyadong busy para Agad agad Maalala ka. Ito examples.”
Therefore, I have to do more studies until I have convinced myself that it is THE ONE for me. 🙂 For now, I will continue to use first the font “Copperplate” for my watermark.