danives got their new social media page by running a design contest:
Illustrative design for magicians commentary channel
Check out danives's Social media page contest…
The channel I run is comedy/commentary-based around magic and the magic industry. The idea with the name "Sleight of Tongue" was a take on the phrase "Sleight of Hand". Right now the banner/logo are items I quickly put together in PhotoShop, and I'm not particularly happy with them (I don't mind the font but dislike the logo entirely tbh). I'd quite like some comic illustration, but not to be 'cartoony'. Perhaps some representation of the Tongue (maybe a tongue spelling out the channel name), and quite light colours (pinks/purples/reds/blues etc.). Ideally, a fairly "mature" design. Integration of cards/coins/wands/beard is optional and to your taste. I would also like to use part of the banner as the channel icon, or a shortened version of the banner design (but I can work with the designer afterwards to arrange this).
Just the name "Sleight of Tongue" is the only required information
What to avoid
If we could avoid some magic clichés like tophats/tails/rabbits from hats and what not, that would be appreciated. I don't mind references to coins/cards etc. but avoiding the normal clichés would be appreciated.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Social media page starts at $79.
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