This is my second time working with Daniel.art 76. The first time, he made a Podcast cover for me, and this time he put a logo to life for a new business of mine. In the process, Daniel captured my vision quiet quickly. He added his creativity and artistic expertise to make my logo come to life--and to reflect me and my personality. Daniel was very patient, prompt in my requests yet very informative with every creative tweak. I would work with him again--no hesitation. I am in love with my new logo! Thank you, Daniel, for everything. He is perfect to work with it--even if you are technology challenged. He will make it happen, and make sure you are happy till the end. He goes above and beyond.
I have worked with Ana twice now and she nails it every time! I'm so pleased with her work! She listens to my input while still injecting her own creativity. I would definitely work with her again!
How marin_jim started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
3D Modeling Design - currently focused on small mech / robot soldier figurines.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Black, yellow for rooster head and red for text
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This is for a company that my 15 year old son started. See the basic logo image attached - he would like it to be given a more realistic "alive" look. He wants to be able to use the resulting graphic for 3" to 3.5" round stickers and fabric patches, and possibly on tee-shirts. He named his company RoosterDog Designs because one of our pugs sounds like a turkey when it barks, but he didn't want to call it "TurkeyDog" so he chose "RoosterDog". The current logo graphic was his idea - he drew it on paper and had his mom create it in Illustrator and he picked the colors. He wanted a rooster head with a dog collar. His website, which needs to be updated, is http://www.roosterdogdesigns.com, and should probably be incorporated around the outer edge of the graphic.