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## #176 2007-11-23 20:32:12

Cerebral
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

dunc wrote:
PJ wrote:
Cerebral wrote:

The voting period will last at most two weeks from 12:01AM Friday, November 9th, EST.

Seems like there is only hours left on the voting period. Anyway, it will be interesting to see which one of the contributions that won.

These last two weeks have reminded me why I rarely enter competitions. I can't stand the suspense! AAAAAAARGH!

Heh, sorry to say, but it's going to be a little bit longer before we announce anything, I think.  We still have to do a decent trademark search on the top couple of logos to ensure we won't be stepping on anyone else's toes before anything else.

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## #177 2007-11-23 20:36:47

PJ
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

Cerebral wrote:

Heh, sorry to say, but it's going to be a little bit longer before we announce anything, I think.  We still have to do a decent trademark search on the top couple of logos to ensure we won't be stepping on anyone else's toes before anything else.

That sounds reasonable, nice to hear some status regarding this.

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## #178 2007-11-24 20:14:10

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

i have made some concept logo's, and they look nice in my opinion but they need good polish and to add some other effects.
Anybody who like to check it (and finish it) can find the svg's here .

If it ain't broke, broke it then fix it.

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## #179 2007-11-24 20:43:31

PJ
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

@Maki
A bit to much use of the blur effect in my opinion. Anyway, You are a bit late since the deadline for new submissions were 2 weeks ago and the voting period ended earlier today.

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## #180 2007-11-25 14:03:36

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

Yes, it has to much blur effect, its not polished yet. it was intended to be just a concept logo

If it ain't broke, broke it then fix it.

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## #181 2007-11-25 15:57:32

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

I wouldn't "add any effects" but rather work on simplifying the concept. I don't get the idea, and I think it would look confusing if it was scaled down to small icon sizes. Keep going, drawing logos is fun! (I even submitted an entry to the logo contest)

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## #182 2007-11-26 01:21:00

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

@Cerebral

I don't know how significant this can be, but here:

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## #183 2007-11-30 18:14:18

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

I've been playing around with some other fun concepts, and I do miss the old blueprint machine:

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## #184 2007-11-30 19:21:51

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

hmmmm I've always liked fresco or parchment styles as well, especially with a technical illustration:

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## #185 2007-11-30 19:30:52

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

and the third version of the 'more-floyd-like-prism'

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## #186 2007-12-02 01:05:44

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

something kind of light and natural:

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## #187 2007-12-03 00:01:26

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

@cerise: I sure hope you'll continue using your amazing grapical talents on arch artwork even if your logo doesn't win.

Last edited by divineant (2007-12-03 00:01:52)

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## #188 2007-12-03 01:51:44

F
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

cerise wrote:

hmmmm I've always liked fresco or parchment styles as well, especially with a technical illustration:
http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/3063 … ncirn0.jpg

OH MY GOD YES YES YES YES YES. This is made of definite win.

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## #189 2007-12-03 09:24:00

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

F wrote:
cerise wrote:

hmmmm I've always liked fresco or parchment styles as well, especially with a technical illustration:
http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/3063 … ncirn0.jpg

OH MY GOD YES YES YES YES YES. This is made of definite win.

The best thing about that one is that it's almost abstract, so even if Cerise's logo doesn't win the contest, it would still make a good wallpaper. I think that (and the similar blueprint) are my favourites of hers so far. The flower's pretty cool, though.

0 Ok, 0:1

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## #190 2007-12-03 09:42:21

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

Since I made an 'iris flower' ... I had to make an 'iris eyeball' ... and since arch is built on python....

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## #191 2007-12-03 09:54:14

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

divineant wrote:

@cerise: I sure hope you'll continue using your amazing grapical talents on arch artwork even if your logo doesn't win.

LOL it depends on the chosen logo.  There are some logos I can do creative stuff with, but there are some that would .... well, they would be astronomically difficult to make a variety of 2d/3d wallpapers & artwork with (if even possible.)

I've at least been able to explore a wide variety of possibilities using this logo.  This logo is probably my favourite after all of the logos I have created for numerous clients.

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## #192 2007-12-03 12:34:25

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

F wrote:
cerise wrote:

hmmmm I've always liked fresco or parchment styles as well, especially with a technical illustration:
http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/3063 … ncirn0.jpg

OH MY GOD YES YES YES YES YES. This is made of definite win.

I've actually made an entire 'series' of the parchment/blueprint style ones, off of various internal revisions of the logo.  My submission logo was one of the original variants.  I've made a few revisions since then (although, they vary microscopically in appearance when not zoomed in 1600%) and with each revision I've made a new set of 'technical' drawings that I've plastered onto the parchment/blueprints.

This one was my first parchment in the series (and blueprint).

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## #193 2007-12-04 12:32:57

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

Hmmm, the equations behind how to draw this logo correctly are so pretty that I thought they would make a good wallpaper too.  (I love phi!):

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## #194 2007-12-05 05:34:03

F
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

cerise wrote:

Hmmm, the equations behind how to draw this logo correctly are so pretty that I thought they would make a good wallpaper too.  (I love phi!):
http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/5764 … thstc3.jpg

As a math major in college I must say this is the best.

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## #195 2007-12-05 08:27:05

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

F wrote:
cerise wrote:

Hmmm, the equations behind how to draw this logo correctly are so pretty that I thought they would make a good wallpaper too.  (I love phi!):
http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/5764 … thstc3.jpg

As a math major in college I must say this is the best.

I can do it in various colours too, have a preference?

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## #196 2007-12-06 02:38:00

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

F wrote:

As a math major in college I must say this is the best.

Cerise, can you do one with the wave function or bra-kets for the physics kids?

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## #197 2007-12-06 05:17:21

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

A derivative would be nice.  dx/dy or something similar .

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## #198 2007-12-07 05:51:27

cerise
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

peets wrote:

Cerise, can you do one with the wave function or bra-kets for the physics kids?

smurnjiff wrote:

A derivative would be nice.  dx/dy or something similar .

*busts out the sciences notes*
Wow, I haven't been asked for more science-based designs in a long time!  wewt!

Let me see what I can make that looks like a good wallpaper, ok?

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## #199 2007-12-08 01:36:20

peets
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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

These would definetely be cool:

for math:

for physics:

and this resembles what I was talking about at first:

But the first two are the most aesthetic, of course. Euler's formula... no matter how many proofs I see, I still say "wow".

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## #200 2007-12-11 08:39:47

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### Re: Post your Arch logo concepts here:

cerise wrote:

Hmmm, the equations behind how to draw this logo correctly are so pretty that I thought they would make a good wallpaper too.  (I love phi!):
http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/5764 … thstc3.jpg

Oh dear, this concept is wonderful! But I think you should use:
(pseudoTeX) $e^{i\pi} + 1 = 0$ the Euler's formula that shows the connection beween real unit, imaginary unit, the base of exponentation and gree pi.

Edit: Ugh... I missed the last message... :S

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