Great job again! Thanks for the hard work. We are excited to release the new design soon!
Great help and even threw in extras, very good!
Mark was exceptionally thorough. He immediately grasped design concept and communications are excellent. We plan to work together on new projects and would recommend highly.
Thank you so much, we loved the design.
Exactly what we needed.
How tmikota started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
CG Lumberjack is a consulting firm for the computer graphics industry. We provide consulting, custom software development, and custom IT services for studios focused on computer graphics. We service those who deal with complex production pipelines. Visual Effects, Animation, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Video Games and Post Production.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Honestly these are just the first that come to mind, but i'm not completely set on color. I don't see more than two colors in my head though. Sepia overall or greys overall is also ok with me
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
When i think of a logo i think of it branded on wood. I want something that would work as a literal "brand"
Bold Lettering, great shape overall, a bit too detailes for my taste though.
Like the incorporation of great font and good "icon". This one is weak on silhouette.
good silhouette. decent lettering, a bit too much going on for me though.
Here's one where i think they did a great job with lettering, and theres a bit of an icon in there with the scissors.
great silhouette. not a fan of the design necessarily, just nice and bold
It's important to communicate my deep experience in the field. As a founder i have worked on many large VFX projects like Avatar, King Kong, District 9, happy feet, etc... I know i can't communicate that directly, but i want the logo to exude confidence for the customer. Sort of like if you're stranded in the woods and a burly lumberjack comes by and helps you navigate your way out. The other thing that's super important to note is that I really like the idea of an "icon" based logo - something like the "icon_example.png" that i uploaded. I imagine something that would go well branded on wood. Ideally my logo would convey the combination of brute force work (lumberjack) with something digital. Not Cyberpunk, but cyber-lumberjack.