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  • BOBBYSKY logo again

    okay so this is the new one. I redefined the flame. Changed the type, and basically refined the whole damn thing. It still looks the same but stronger.

    Here:

    Bobbysky
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  • #2
    I like it. Maybe I would use a slightly different colour on the word SKY, possibly just a lighter grey because at the minute it could be a Soviet Gas supply company... Bøbbysky Gas... LOL
    PS - This is what part of the Alphabet would look like if Q & R were eliminated

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    • #3
      ^ LOL... That is assuming your name is Bobby Sky!
      PS - This is what part of the Alphabet would look like if Q & R were eliminated

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      • #4
        thanks

        I'm going more for the one worded Bobbysky. My real name is Robert Skyler, so it fits either way.
        Bobbysky
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        • #5
          perfection. i did however like the blue flame. is this just a bw version?

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          • #6
            Bw

            Si, Senor

            this is just the black and white. It will be the blue in final design for my new website.
            Bobbysky
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            • #7
              Si I see

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              • #8
                yeah I really like that. The composition is working much better than when you had the text to the right of the symbol. Having a tall thin logo seems to emphasize the flame. nice

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                • #9
                  Thx

                  gracias, It is more balanced than before.
                  Bobbysky
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                  • #10
                    i likey! suttle and simple. cool!

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                    • #11
                      very clean. but i agree, i'd like to see the "sky" in a diff. color. just mho.
                      nice job!

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                      • #12
                        Thx

                        Thanks man appreciate it. I hope your logo is going well too.
                        Bobbysky
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