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Hey..

Made this logo a while back, figured I would share it here.

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#2
This logo is really nice man, loving the colors you used for it too. Is there any way you can make the shark's eye stand out more? I think it would benefit a bit from that.
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#3
Thanks mate. Sharks eyes are really small tbh. So didn't feel to add a lot of detail to the eyes.
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#4
Really like this logo! Never really got into making e-sport logos but kinda wish i had! They look so cool at time :) Really good job man!
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#5
I must say, that is an amazing logo.

The only thing which I can say needs just a tad more detail are the eyes.
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#6
I'm having a big problem in with your use of line weight.
It looks to me like all the wrong places are thick and all the wrong places are thin.
It's really lacking in structure for me.

I can explain further if you want, just pm me if what im saying doesnt make sense.
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#7
(07-09-2016, 07:31 AM)nuance Wrote: I'm having a big problem in with your use of line weight.
It looks to me like all the wrong places are thick and all the wrong places are thin.
It's really lacking in structure for me.

I can explain further if you want, just pm me if what im saying doesnt make sense.

Would you mind explaining it here, as it could help out other members as well.
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#8
Feel free to add you critique on topic Nuance.

I'm always up to learn a better approach.
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#9
(07-09-2016, 06:10 PM)Ominous Wrote:
(07-09-2016, 07:31 AM)nuance Wrote: I'm having a big problem in with your use of line weight.
It looks to me like all the wrong places are thick and all the wrong places are thin.
It's really lacking in structure for me.

I can explain further if you want, just pm me if what im saying doesnt make sense.

Would you mind explaining it here, as it could help out other members as well.

(07-09-2016, 07:22 PM)Logo Wrote: Feel free to add you critique on topic Nuance.

I'm always up to learn a better approach.


So it has to do with the use of line weight.
In logo design line weight can really effect the depth and unity of your piece.
Here is just a quick example i tried to recreate to make my point.
Having lines that are too thick or too thin can add too much contrast and kind of tear your picture apart.

I hope it makes sense.
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(07-09-2016, 10:38 PM)nuance Wrote:
(07-09-2016, 06:10 PM)Ominous Wrote:
(07-09-2016, 07:31 AM)nuance Wrote: I'm having a big problem in with your use of line weight.
It looks to me like all the wrong places are thick and all the wrong places are thin.
It's really lacking in structure for me.

I can explain further if you want, just pm me if what im saying doesnt make sense.

Would you mind explaining it here, as it could help out other members as well.

(07-09-2016, 07:22 PM)Logo Wrote: Feel free to add you critique on topic Nuance.

I'm always up to learn a better approach.


So it has to do with the use of line weight.
In logo design line weight can really effect the depth and unity of your piece.
Here is just a quick example i tried to recreate to make my point.
Having lines that are too thick or too thin can add too much contrast and kind of tear your picture apart.

I hope it makes sense.
[Image: 25d1cbfdcd.png]

I see what you mean.
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