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Fundación Amigos con Patas

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Animals / Happiness / Pets

This logo was designed for a small animal rescuers foundation. 'Amigos con Patas' means something like 'friends with paws' in spanish.

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j.o.y's picture
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This is looking good- I like the idea, the symbol and the typography (your font isn't super exciting, but it works!). But that tongue- something feels off with the tongue. I think with the cuteness and the already "happy" expression on his face, you should just remove the tongue altogether. Off to a good start, tho!

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Thanks for your reply. I added the tongue in that way to help identify the character as a dog. Here you can see the dog without the tongue, still lokes good imo.

Shawali's picture
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Nicely done! It's cute alright. The tongue might need some fine tuning, but it's not a blocker.

Same could be done with the font. The one you pick is alright, but it would be nice to have another complimenting one. Like a cute script type (right now, I'm thinking of Palacio)

Good job!

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Alt version.

ALIASII's picture
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Very cute! I like it better with a tongue, as with the colors, I first thought it might be a polar bear.

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The stacked version works better than the horizontal one. I like the tongue too, don't omit that. I agree with Shawali, the font choice is a bit lacking of character. It's not bad but it doesn't really come across as cute or playful to me. As a suggestion, maybe you could try something less formal:

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