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I'm going to agree with Jack's first post. (Welcome to the forum Jack.) I'll usually ask most of the questions on the list, but would never ask the following directly:
8- Do you have any specific imagery in mind for your logo?
9- Do you have any color preferences, or existing brand colors?
10- Do you have any colors that you do not wish to use?
13- How do you prefer your logo to be worded or written out? Example: thedesigncubicle or the design cubicle
14- How would you like the typography to appear? Example: script, bold, light, hand drawn, custom lettering
Asking these questions encourages the client to invent an off-the-top-of-his-head answer that could lock you into a direction that might not work — as in, "Now that you mention it, a blue cocker spaniel smoking a cigar would be nice."
Instead, of asking directly, I'd give the client the chance to volunteer this sort of information. If the client feels strongly about any of these things, he will mention it. If it doesn't come up, you haven't needlessly restricted your options.
So I been working on logo illustration, and coming to closure I realized this has wayyyyyyy to many anchor points. It has over 617,000 anchor points and the file size is huge. The AI file size is 9.6...
In regards to style I think it looks...well messy. It reminds me of something you would get doing autotrace. Strange shapes curves etc. I personally would like more hair like shapes. Nice smooth tapering...