I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Tony. He was able to take my initial ideas and truly turned it into an even better brand that I had hoped for. He takes the time to understand your vision and will provide recommendations on how to make your ideas even greater. He was super responsive and provided revisions and different designs he came up with very quickly. I will definitely use him again for future work as he made this process a smooth and enjoyable one!
I love working with this designer, he is a pure talent! Recommended!
- Ki Pandan Alas
My designer did amazing work and worked with me constantly to make sure i was satisfied with the designs.
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This is a title of an upcoming comic book series that will be geared towards teenagers and adults.
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I am looking for a distinctive title logo that can be used on the cover of my upcoming comic book series as well as on marketing materials. The comic book is a mix of historical-fiction and fantasy-adventure. It is set in a medieval time period and begins in Ireland. Included is a picture of the first page of the comic book for reference. One of the primary plot points of the series is about a sword. This could be incorporated into the logo.
***Update: I am leaning more towards a title/logo that has a 2-D font with a 3-D sword and a lighter color scheme. Please look at the "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" images that I posted to the brief. Also, I would be interested if anyone can create an "F" that is unique in the same way that "Z" is unique in Zelda. Last of all, please try to use swords that are more "Celtic" in design. Thanks!
*****Second Update: Another idea to explore is to incorporate the sword into the letter "F." I have attached a logo that has the letter "K" in this manner, where the sword is part of the letter.