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ReinissB

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Hello everyone! My name is Reinis and I am kinda new here. Decided to show you some of my latest work in graphic design to get some feedback and critique to improve my skills for next projects.

P.S I`m sorry if posting this much pictures is against rules :(

And if you want to check out more, there are my portfolio pages -
Behance - Behance
Dribbble - Reinis Burkevics





https://i.imgur.com/BbCbHsI.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/T0SDbEx.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/W3H6Oly.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/GFyRLZS.png

https://i.imgur.com/I6oEMw6.png

https://i.imgur.com/D3FQwE3.png

https://i.imgur.com/ys1A3o5.png

https://i.imgur.com/r0wR4hN.png

https://i.imgur.com/vqd8QC8.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/e7asm8y.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/GJRefKF.png

https://i.imgur.com/f0zUeQ6.jpg

 
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ZillieZephyr

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Howdy there! So—there's a lot to cover.

First off, I like the concept for Woosh, but I wonder if the color scheme is a little too close to MasterCard, especially given the composition choice. On the icons themselves, if you scale it down, it gets a little hard to tell that it's a hot air balloon, and starts to look like pingpong paddles or whoopie cushions. I think if you added a little more linework to the balloon itself, it may read a bit better. I would also recommend tilting the S so that its axis matches the implied motion of the rest of the letters. I also think you should adjust the W to match the pattern pattern you set up for the corner rounding on the other characters

On the panda, I think I'd like to see how it functions as a black and white logo and how it scales down. I think you could push it further, possibly with the use of texture or negative space. It has potential to be really cool. Could be cute if framed in the shape of a conservation badge (think upside down pentagon) with parts of the composition coming out of the frame.

Mount Blanco on dark looks nice in terms of contrast, but on white, the yellow text gets difficult. Both version suffer from scaleability issues, as shrinking leaves many of the details exposed to the elements of print processes. Examples include the terminal of the a in "Blanco", the birds, and the tagline of the brand. This is also another example where the use of texture is appropriate, since we're dealing with nature.

Tell me if you need me to clarify anything also. I know I can get my words jumbled up at times, and I want you to excel.

 

ReinissB

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Howdy there! So—there's a lot to cover.

First off, I like the concept for Woosh, but I wonder if the color scheme is a little too close to MasterCard, especially given the composition choice. On the icons themselves, if you scale it down, it gets a little hard to tell that it's a hot air balloon, and starts to look like pingpong paddles or whoopie cushions. I think if you added a little more linework to the balloon itself, it may read a bit better. I would also recommend tilting the S so that its axis matches the implied motion of the rest of the letters. I also think you should adjust the W to match the pattern pattern you set up for the corner rounding on the other characters

On the panda, I think I'd like to see how it functions as a black and white logo and how it scales down. I think you could push it further, possibly with the use of texture or negative space. It has potential to be really cool. Could be cute if framed in the shape of a conservation badge (think upside down pentagon) with parts of the composition coming out of the frame.

Mount Blanco on dark looks nice in terms of contrast, but on white, the yellow text gets difficult. Both version suffer from scaleability issues, as shrinking leaves many of the details exposed to the elements of print processes. Examples include the terminal of the a in "Blanco", the birds, and the tagline of the brand. This is also another example where the use of texture is appropriate, since we're dealing with nature.

Tell me if you need me to clarify anything also. I know I can get my words jumbled up at times, and I want you to excel.


Hi ZillieZephyr! Thank you for your good suggestions and structured feedback. I will definitely regard your feedback for my next designs :)

 
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