Designing a Logo: The One Thing I Did
The first thing I did with Cloud Surfers was designing the company's logo. It was hard, and it took a while. If you care, you can read and laugh at my pathetic art skills and many shortcomings.
I began by sketching several (meaning one) possible idea(s) for (a) logo(s), inspired by the name and traits of our company.
Clearly I wasn't feeling too creative right then.
In case you couldn't tell, it is a surfer, near to a cloud. It may or may not be a still from Point Break.
*insert Keanu shooting sky*
Black and White
I then used Illustrator to make a black and white mockup of my logo. Try to spot the differences. It's really hard. Some are easy, but that's because I was too lazy and I really didn't want to.
It's aliiiiive!!! Also, it's standing on a big egg.
Sadly, nobody liked the product of my hard work (waaaah), so. with a heavy heart, I then made color versions of these:
Although nobody liked them. Including me.
I guess you could say they were avant-garde.
Nobody liked my designs (see above), so I made some final, nit-picky adjustments, creating this logo:
Thus ends my tale of frustration, rejection, and devastation.
VRY IMPOTENT MASSAGE
"Omg jyew! But it wooden work becas thers a lizded on it."
"... NOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Now the yew is gunna wkr!"