Thank you to all who submitted and especially those who worked to create revisions to their designs.
Comment Posted 01 Feb 2010 4:54 AM
Thanks for feedback.
We acknowledge your observation which is right, good and positive. I am glade that there is no limit in terms of ideas and concepts. We have variety of other ideas to enhance it further. There are a lot interesting elements to add things above " P". For example we can add a head of knight instead of that crown or tweak the crown into another shape like flying flag/horse head and so on until you are satisfied with the final.
Greenideas, good to know you're there for your clients. This means alot. The concern with 3080 and 3082 is that the crown element seems to take away from the reinforcement of the "P" feel to the abstract image by being quite distracting, or perhaps maybe better said as, "overpowering". Third party comments say the same thing, and one said that it looks too much like a "teapot". I think the crown element needs to be reinforcing but subtle, perhaps like the top of a crown or maybe it could be flat with small squares/rectangles along the top edge, (or dots) equally a metaphor for a crown and castle wall. These are just ideas in trying to help. Again, subtle but reinforing, while balanced with the overall design.
Comment Posted 30 Jan 2010 4:48 AM
Additionally, please keep in mind that this is not just the end while the project is in judging phase. Once the winner is selected, regardless of whom the project is awarded, You can continue to tweak the design you want. Further revisions are assured & we had already done it with clients. Here you have to pick an idea. There would be enough time till the final changes.
Further revisions / additions / editions are guaranteed and assured until you are happy and satisfied & that's why we are here. Your satisfaction is our win not our designs.
Comment Posted 30 Jan 2010 1:42 AM
Thanks for feedback, Please review 3080 & 3082 also.
The idea of using a crest or emblem-type of logo was given serious consideration. To make them really work would require a lot of detailed work incorporating theme elements from our image. Unfortunately, there was not enough time of effort to bring this about.
This idea was intriging as we thought it could incorporate elements of the "P" in the pen's center cleveage, been cut-down to just above the cleveage and somehow better incorporated the crown imagery. As a relatively late entry it was challenging to work it into the "right" image.