Friday, May 18, 2007

More WINK Work

I have spent a great deal of time in the last few weeks working on retouching photos and trying to create a logo for my art studio. I really didn't expect this but it has been suprisingly difficult to come up with a logo! But I think I've finally come up with it.

Here is the rough draft for my logo:


And here are some of the pictures I've taken recently:

Model: Massiel




If anyone has any feedback I'd love to hear it!

3 comments:

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Love the logo. It suits the spirit of what you are trying to do, or so I would imagine anyway.

Dr. Zaius said...

What great photos! They are all so natural! I guess that's part of thrick in photography, making the picture not look staged.

I really like the first photo of Massiel, but my favorite is Naomi Israel with the pig! That's a really great shot! And she has a lovely smile.

The logo is excellant. It has that sort of sixties whimsey, and most importantly it is clear right away what the logo means (the girl is winking.) With logo's it is important to be very straightforward, and you've done that very well. I think the border might need better done mechanically, but that's just me. I am very old school! You probably like the whimsy of the hand drawn border, which is a charming way to do it as well.

It's all great stuff! Maybe now you can take some pictures of the rabbit?

Becca said...

Dr. Monkey-
Thank you! I kind of wanted it to reflect a bit of whimsy.

Dr. Zaius-
Thank you! They were two really terrific models and we had a lot of fun taking those pictures.

Thanks for your feedback on the logo as well! It was just a rough sketch I posted and did intend to go back and make it look a tad more proffessional I've just been asking a whole lot of people what they think since I keep hearing that a logo is so important. I had been thinking of a solid thick box but I really like the double lined box you mocked up for me. That was very cool...interactive feedback is the awesomest! And your right it should look proffessional. I really don't want to be misjudged as unprofessional before I even get a chance to try something!

Thank you for everything and I promise more rabbit.