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Jeremy, saw your comment on another discussion that oddly enough disappeared. Have you seen Matt Groenig's early work or the ridiculously successful Beavis & Butthead? Don't sell yourself short - I think your drawings are way ahead in quality!
Chris, I love the old guy drinking soda you put in your red Ford. It really made this piece come alive!! I saw it on Facebook - stick it on here!
This is what I've been working on lately. A 1934 Ford in front of an Esso station. I think I might do more 30s cars, just to shake things up a bit.
Chris, for a freebie, maybe something like a short history of cars - maybe even fun facts about them. My grandfather used to tell me about working for hauptmobile (?) in the early 1900s.
Dean, I like the logo and I am all for getting something done and moving on- perfecting along the way. I love photography and the Iris is eye-catching. Lol.
I've been trying to work on my personal brand, and learning how to better market my work.
I got really hung up for a while on designing a logo that I'd be happy with, and finally realized that I just need to get something done for now. Refinements and improvements can come later!
I wanted something that symbolized being a visual artist, as well as using my initials, DSM.
I went with an eye shape, using the "S" in my initials, stylized to make the basic eye. I wanted a camera lens for the iris, and I made a color wheel swirl to add some vibrancy.
It is something that I can live with for now, and maybe I'll even keep it long term.
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