Graphic Designer Logo
I created this logo for myself for my freelance designing. I think it represents my personal style as well as design style.
nice idea... still looks unfinished.. has potential. maybe simplify a little. does it work on a smaller scale? hard to tell, but good start effort.
no background for logos, a logo should be standalone , printable on black and white without loosing details or identity parts, very readable, and by readable i say as few elements possible but enough to keep identity and individuality. What you must do now is to simplify (i wrote that word too many times in the last week). Choose another font or create one of your own, as a graphic designer it would be nice to do a font that represents you. Give the proper expression in a simple way (disney stuff is the master answer here if you want to keep the eyes). Be more critic with yourself, your potential clients will surely be.....
This is a great concept, but as has been said it needs to be simplified. Also loose any effects such as drop shadow, gradients or other as you work on the core design. Effects can be added later if need be after a great looking idea is produced. I don't mind the font, but it seems to be in the middle between looking hand drawn and streamlined. Is your focus the name or the image, right now both are competing for the same attention. We regards to the image, what is it looking at, who is this. Looks a little like Giuseppe from Pinocchio.
Sorry... to much cartoon. It looks unfinished. Give up this idea and start something diferent
no bg, try just line draws ans less cartoon as geracao said.
Many items in there - try with less
simplify it alot more loose the background, also i think of a male graphic designer when i see the eyes n eyebrows not a female graphic designer.