Saturday, January 30, 2010

Another One

This one is courtesy of Thomas Fitzgerald. As you can see, it's actually a full logo rather than just a title.

32 comments:

  1. For my 2 cp worth that's the best one so far...

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  2. This is the first that moves me.

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  3. Looks good (nice work, Thomas).
    Would fit nicely a RQIII article in WD, so that's OS by my reckoning. :p

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  4. That's the kind of thing that would get me to pick up a game box at a store and think "Hmmm. Maybe I should look into this."

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  5. Concur...best yet! It is very evocative.

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  6. I think you've found a winner here, James.

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  7. Nice logo. It's captivatingly adventurous and professionall looking. For some reason, however, it says "Paizo" to me. Like it was: "DWIMMERMOUNT: The Adventure Path"

    I dunno I'm just 'gessing' - word verification ;-)

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  8. I like it, though I'd get rid of the glyphs in the background and the glow around the text. A nice drop shadow at 135 degrees with 65 opacity, 2-3 distance, with 5-8 spread would look nice.

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  9. *DingDingDingDing*
    I think we have a winner!

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  10. Coming along nicely! Like Verhaden, I vote for less (or no) glow.

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  11. I looked at it and thought, "Forgotten Realms."

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  12. Very nice solution, especially with variation in letter placement, size, and levels of distress among letters.

    I second Verhaden's reservations about the glyphs. If this logo was placed on a single page with competing visual content, the result might be a bit busy, not so elegant.

    Nevertheless, this is a strong, evocative design! Cheers to Thomas and his skills.

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  13. I like this one best as well--I mean, you finally got the mount in there.

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  14. That's what I was envisioning with the grey/stone background on one of the earlier choices. I like it alot!

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  15. I like it.

    Wrap it up! I'll take two!hys

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  16. I do like this one alot. It's evocative, with a sense of foreboding. It feels arcane. This expresses the feeling that Dwimmermount is a word that would halt conversations in a tavern.

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  17. The rest were a bit 'meh' to me, but his one is sensational!

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  18. I like the mountain in the background. Looks very D&D.

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  19. the first one that looks decent. Go!

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  20. Looks good, love the background.
    I think the font's a little generic, but I love the toppled column under the first M.

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  21. Seems too similiar to Forgotten Realms 3e logos... Still prefer the second one in the previous post (and it was more "old school" too).

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