Im a student, its a logo for bottle water

jarvis's picture

so whatdyou think......on a technical basislogo water

designalchemy's picture

It would be best to repost in a smaller size. Add a few detail close-up shots since you want a technical critique.
From what I can see, there is a few problems that you need to deal with. I can tell you designed this by connecting regtangles and circles, instead of drawing the forms in bezier. You have some inconsistencies where you knocked out and intercepted forms. If you are using a vector program (which is by far the best way to do this) view it in outline and make adjustments.
You can do the knock-out and connecting objects process you are familiar with as a base and then rework the files on a top layer to make it easier. Let me know if you understand what i am talking about.

Dav's picture

( Just an additional note.: Maybe you could post an RGB version of your artwork, because CMYK images tend to become 'invisible' to various viewers of Typophile.. )

dan's picture

And on Dav's note make sure your posting is either a jpg (raster) or gif (vector)

timd's picture

On the logo the transition from the curve to the straight in the open counter of the h is a bit sudden, and the halo and horns need some work to give them the same prominence. The halo is the only item which is angled, which needn't be a problem, but you need to sort out the weight. The umlaut vertical positioning is also something that needs attention.

gabrielhl's picture

gif... a vector?

Dav's picture

Well, Gabriel, .gif is not a vector file format, of course, but, .gif files should be significantly better if you want to show simple shapes and vector images, and .jpg should be better for multicolored and photographic images, on the web.. ( Well.. This shall only be for web / screen related files, not for print, then.. )

Chris Rugen's picture

For convenience's sake:

holi small

Oscar Morris's picture

adult novelty shop...

gabrielhl's picture

Dav: Oh, ok, I get what you mean now.

But what about a rainbow-gradient-filled, multi-colored, irregular-shaped vector?

In any case, is *that* the logo for the water? I can't see the first image. If it is, it says anything but *water* to me.

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