I think it looks fun, I would say the strong F color is too strong next to the next 5 soft colors...dogbone said:
here's the first and last letters with a unified colour and design change.Peyton said:I think it looks fun, I would say the strong F color is too strong next to the next 5 soft colors...
maybe try switching the colors of the F and K... I mean if you have to keep those colors, not that they are bad, just the F looks too strong if not out of place imo.
I much prefer the third version, I still think the first letters after the F are a bit dull compared to the final u and c. maybe a teal or lighter blue for the first U? coming a long nicely I thinkdogbone said:
I know you want other's input, but I say equal-distant to the top of the t, not to the edges, it makes it brought my attention to it as not right, I like the other one.dogbone said:ok here's another variation on the 't' and colours
I can't decide how close the pink bar should come to the t. Whether they should come up to the horizontal bars of the t or be an equal distance or end at the previous letters.
not to worry, stalk away. At least there's lots of variations now. The colours look better as rgb but I'll be needing them as cmyk as well.Peyton said:OTHER OPINIONS BEFORE I START SEEMING LIKE A STALKER!?
ok... good... I thought I was the only one who saw that. I have to admit it took me like 5 times to actually read what the company name was... might have just been because the logo's so big though. I think you need to diferentiate the func from the tuck using bolding or some sort of color scheme. Or maybe its just me and my perverse mind that keeps seeing that...thejadedmonkey said:You are aware that the average human brain doesn't read the entire word, just the first few letters and last few letters, so it looks like fu...uck, right? Unless that's the point, in which case you should use a different phrase because the T breaks up the continuity.
I want to settle on the design before I start working on the final colours as it gets too confusing. When you say the second one you mean the one with the t running into the pink stripe?DevilsRejection said:can you make the colors a little less loud and easy on the eyes, i prefer the second design
Whatever this company produces, their product might become x-rated in the US just because of the name ;-) Fu....ck and Love-c.. what the f.ck??dogbone said:The name is set. What is not set is everything else. There will be a subdivision of 'Functuck' called 'Luvkok' but I'll leave that for another day Think 'f.c.u.k.' (french connection uk) as the inspiration.
I think that this has been the smartest thing said thusfar.dogbone said:I want to settle on the design before I start working on the final colours as it gets too confusing. When you say the second one you mean the one with the t running into the pink stripe?
Doh, why didn't it occur to me to post in b/w. Would have save me much heartache.tobefirst said:I think that this has been the smartest thing said thusfar.
Now, obviously you know the intended use better than I do, but is there any conceivable (or even inconceivable) place where this logo is used in grayscale? Do all the appropriate shades work in grayscale or are they too dark/light to show the difference between the letters?
Will this be on a business card? Do you plan on having the cards done 4-color process, or are you willing to spend to have each of their Pantone equivalents printed?
Nail down the design, the form, in black on white first...then add color. Only add as many colors as it takes; if something can be excluded without affecting the quality of the design, it wasn't needed in the first place.