RE: Info on creating a logo???
by Romek <zylla(at)ck-sg.p.lodz.pl>
||Fri, 26 May 2000 15:57:05 +0000
In every Windows there is a graphical program of some kind.
In older version it was Paintbrush in new it is Imaging.
But you should start with the sheet of white drawing paper
and well sharpened pencil and with eraser of course.
The idea of logo is going to start in your head not in
the Pentium processor.
As idea of scent is difficult to depict I think you should start
by drawing a cup of coffee with aroma flowing around. After that
you should change the shape of the cup to avoid connecting the
shape with the coffee only.
On 26 May 2000 11:28, Kat [SMTP:iam2wish4(at)hotmail.com] wrote:
> Hiya, HWG'ers!
> Kat again.... with another question, what else is new? Can't help it,
> I'm too inquisitive! <grin>
> I am not very familiar with graphics and/or graphics programs, as I've
> never really needed to work with them before, and my time always gets eaten
> up elsewhere. Now, however, I'd like to take some time to create a logo of
> It'll really have to be kind of "generic" as I not only am starting out
> with a (for now VERY small) web designing business, but I also make and sell
> incense, scented oils, sachets, potpourri, etc., as well as a variety of
> crafts, and I'd really like to have one logo/design for both endeavors, to
> make it more simple. (i.e., a trademark design that would go on my sites,
> and also would look nice on my incense, etc., labels!) I'm already selling
> my incense, crafts, etc., products to several local stores, and my labels
> are so plain.... a logo would dress it up nicely, so I'd really like to work
> on a design ASAP.
> Anyway, I really don't have a lot of time to do a bunch of intricate
> graphic designing work, not to mention I don't have experience in that area!
> Also, my poor little hard drive can't handle a large graphics program.... I
> haven't been able to afford that extra slave hard drive just yet -- very
> soon, but not just yet!
> SO!!! How many of you know of any good yet economical and hopefully
> small (as in meg's) program I could get ahold of to play around with and
> create such a logo? Any software and/or link suggestion, or any such
> advice, would be VERY welcome and greatly appreciated.
> TIA, ~~KAT~~
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