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    logo design

    13993702-3d-health-word-sphere-on-white-background.jpghi i am trying to create a logo design but don't know the steps i doing this.. thanks in advanced
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    This is very attractive logo design.

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    Break things down into their simple shapes like cubes, spheres and polygons. These random illustrations, sketches and notes will become a collection of ideas, as well as a journal of your progress. Once in a while, pick a simple idea or company theme and sketch out a couple of pages of logo ideas. Doesn’t matter how bad, or how good they are. The idea of this is to get used to getting your ideas down on paper.Throw together two unrelated words and try to develop concepts and ideas around those. Think outside the box. And if you use your sketchbook often enough, you’ll have a library of rough concepts and ideas for actual logo projects that come your way. It will also train you to think beyond the limitations your design software may have, or past the vector drawing limitations you have.Try to figure out which ones work. Which don’t. Read logo design themed blogs that inspect logos and offer case studies. You don’t have to agree with the critiques, but have a reason or two why you don’t.

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    If you want to learn then download some pdf & read some good blogs related to some logo designing.

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    Sarajoseph, I just wanted to point out that you commented on a thread that is almost a year old since the last post. If you are serious about commenting on our community you should comment on more recent threads and not waste your time posting on dead ones.

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    I think this is looking very common. lots of companies are using this theme for there logo. You should go for new designing.


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