I do quite like the very first one, but with some tweaking, such as the relationship between type and icon. I think the icon could do with simplifying, by removing the hash lines and those two lines off the bottom of the tail feathers and as others have said, perhaps add an eye for clarity. I’d also get rid of the blue circle. It adds nothing.
As to the font; I feel the ascenders and descenders are a bit too long and become a little distracting. However, the thing that jars the most for me though, is the tittle on the i. It is very out of step with the rest of the glyphs and just looks a little gimmicky, to my mind.
This first version as more substance than the second, as it does have some relevance, in that it does say paper and it does have a real sense of a small raptor hovering over prey, thus giving a sense of acuity and accuracy.
The illustration in the second option, for me, is a little too cliche and borders on Christmas card saccharine. Because of this, there is a greater disconnect between its style and the style of the type. I feel the first has more milage.
However, a slight red flag is when people weave their own personal likes and hobbies into this sort of thing. Why? There has to be a justifiable reason for doing so.
The most successful design, is the exact opposite, whereby the self and ego should be removed as much as possible. It should be about the people you are trying to talk to and the services and ethos of the client. This is a little different in that the client is you.
I still think, you need to tread a fine line to avoid making it too much about your personal hobbies (no pun intended on the raptor front) and make sure it communicates your business services.
Not a million miles away to my mind, but does need some refining.
Keep us abreast of how it develops. I’d be interested to see where you go from here. Good luck.