Arkona has been wonderful. I had a lot of questions and things I wanted to explore and she was very prompt with any changes and very patient. She really paid attention to the brief and provided a lot of creativity. Great experience.
Excellent work and very responsive. Thanks!
WOW ! ! The BEST, Ed has completed all of our logos with quality designs, Super creative and so patient throughout the process. always responsive too. A diamond in the rough. We truly appreciate Ed's professionalism and will always use him in the future
O Marcos foi Excelente, ele continuou alterando e ajudando em todas as solicitações mesmo após os prazos! Adoramos o serviço!
Marcos was excelent, he still working and helping in all our requests, even after the deadlines! We loved his service!
How mohamed.sciberras started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kryptt Trading Cards
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Mainly trading card games for a younger to adolescent audience.
Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Magic: The Gathering (mainly)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
the colours and the shapes
the cartoonish style to the artwork, enough detail without losing its fun edge
cartoonish( probably a bit too simple though)
cartoonish and fantasy like armours (stretching here to pick 10 pics)
the design through the tree leaves has a nice intricate flow without being too geometric
the complexity of the interior(card back ideas)
cartoonish and shadows
rising up (i want the same sort of power from the hand coming out of the ground)
the complexity of the design(card back ideas)
I want a sort of fantasy style but drawing closer to cartoonish so its simple enough to get screen printed on the full back of shirts without losing a lot of the more intricate detail. Design: Tombstone as the back image, something that doesnt draw alot of attention but obvious that its there to suit the play on words for crypt/kryptt. In front of that, an arm that comes just short of midway up the tombstone, coming out of the ground, dressed in a sort of rogue leather fantasy style armour. The hand would sit just below midway on the tombstone because the feature of the logo would be the cards that its holding, we only see the card backs and the back of the arm, so these need to draw the most attention. Something like magic circles or anything mystical or even old, like the leather on the older bound books but just as card backs. I currently use mirage gothic font and I would like to keep that if the name is kept in the design. The name is done in red with a black outline and a white glow on a black background typically, but I have swapped to white outline with a black glow where i've need to. The ground can be whatever suits, if its needed in the design. Background for the image isnt required either.
I like the colours in the first image, it was only a vistaprint business card design but it suited what I was after at the time