Checking a logo in many ways, just an experiment, or What you can demand from your logo designer?
Table of Contents
- Checking a logo in many ways, just an experiment, or What you can demand from your logo designer?
- The Basic Design Black on White
- Adding Some 3D Effect
- How does it look with an Outline?
- What if it gets a little blurred?
- How does it look on a Black Background?
- On another Dark Blue background for logo
- Logo on a Maroon Background
- Again on a Lighter bright background
- Logo on a Grid Texture
- Logo on a carbon fibre texture
- Adding Mirror Reflection Shadow to the logo
Everything below is handcrafted, made in layers and the font in use is Arial MT Bold, made on the licensed Affinity Designer that I use for all my vector graphics projects and designs, Its for a domain I recently purchased tickop.com, not hosted yet will be available soon.
The Basic Design Black on White
Everything starts with a basic idea, as the name contains a tick word to be more realistic adding a tick below OP that now looks like some face maybe.
The basic white on black design is always needed, for stationary, screen printings and other things like paper bags, or surfaces that don’t support colour.
Adding Some 3D Effect
A little bevel to the logo with the 3d effect. Practical usage could be a slightly raised sticker, a puff print on the Tshirt.
How does it look with an Outline?
A peppy look indeed, this looks more peppy modern and would sync well with a pop art.
What if it gets a little blurred?
Getting the blurred look, mostly used in the Video backgrounds when a person stands in front and gives a tutorial on youtube.
How does it look on a Black Background?
The dark mode is good to test, I am feeling lucky i don’t need to fiddle with my logo colours.
On another Dark Blue background for logo
This is for some another header background or a fixed menu background. Looks the best amongst all the above to me till now.
Logo on a Maroon Background
Looks more classy and old, Yuk feeling!! But still had to test that.
Again on a Lighter bright background
Looks just fine, on a lighter background, testing this with a brighter and lighter is required for scaling to any case using with just anything.
Logo on a Grid Texture
Looks awesome for more like a poster look, or when placed on a good new years diary.
Logo on a carbon fibre texture
More of an automation to the logo, gives a sporty feeling
Adding Mirror Reflection Shadow to the logo
The old way reminds me of 2007, A mirror and a reflection logo flipping it with a mirror on the affinity and just reducing the opacity of the reflection.
Experimenting and adding more to this small experiment soon.