Variations on the classic logo

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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 104427Post Roan's Lady
Tue Oct 09, 2007 11:10 pm

relayerjim wrote:I'm glad you like this one Amy.
I worked on it a little more..
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It's great, Jim!
But don't take offense - I have a slight preference for the first one.
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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 104489Post stegosaurus
Sat Oct 13, 2007 2:35 pm

I like the Yes Winamp skins... can you make a CTTE and/or Yessongs one some time?

I am not an 'artist' or anything, but I made some Yes cursors; I tried to attach a zip file with the cursors in it, if I didn't screw it up (seeing as I haven't posted anything here before)...
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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 104491Post Kalingzeye
Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:30 pm

That's so awesome! How'd you make those? Photoshop? Anyway, they're super cool and look really nice. ♥ Thanks for postin em~!!!! :D

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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 104493Post stegosaurus
Sun Oct 14, 2007 12:50 am

I used some program that easily makes cursors, called Microangelo. The artwork I shamelessly "stole" from Roger Dean's website, since I have no hope at all of recreating any of it myself... I even "borrowed" the little arrow from some other cursor. None of the components of the cursors are the least bit "original" per se, but I put them all together & kinda like them all the same, and have been using them for a few days (at least until my wife changes them to little penguins or something!).

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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 104497Post Kalingzeye
Sun Oct 14, 2007 5:39 am

stegosaurus wrote:I used some program that easily makes cursors, called Microangelo. The artwork I shamelessly "stole" from Roger Dean's website, since I have no hope at all of recreating any of it myself... I even "borrowed" the little arrow from some other cursor. None of the components of the cursors are the least bit "original" per se, but I put them all together & kinda like them all the same, and have been using them for a few days (at least until my wife changes them to little penguins or something!).


xDDDD That's cool! I might have to search out that program and try it myself. I've been using my compy's default cursor for the longest time...... o____o They are very nice~ :p

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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 104502Post stegosaurus
Sun Oct 14, 2007 9:04 pm

Program is available on http://www.cnet.com/ ... It's called "Microangelo Toolset 6.10.8". You get 21 days to try it out unless you want to pay $50 for it.

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Post: # 114185Post thehallway
Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:16 pm

These logos are super cool! keep up the good work guys [:yes]
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Post: # 114373Post Wakemaniac
Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:07 pm

relayerjim wrote:Thanks Amy!!

I will stop by more often
...as for Kalingzeye, I already noticed some of her work. Very nice!

My Trooper logo

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Now this one's for me!!!LOVE it!!!!Caroline [:yes] songs,Trooper[} :) ]
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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 114374Post Wakemaniac
Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:11 pm

Roan's Lady wrote:It's great, Jim!
But don't take offense - I have a slight preference for the first one.

AWESOME!!!Absolutely gorgeous!
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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 115790Post relayerjim
Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:54 am

Its been a while since I posted a logo.
...so here's a few

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And what touches our soul slowly moves as touch rebounds.
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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 115810Post thehallway
Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:11 pm

I LOVE the furry one!
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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 115869Post tardistraveler
Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:32 pm

Thanks for stopping by with these, Jim . . . :)

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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 116363Post yesman90125
Tue Sep 22, 2009 1:39 am

Those are AWESOME!, Jim , As Always!!!

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Re: Variations on the classic logo

Post: # 116380Post tardistraveler
Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:34 pm

Perhaps Jim will stop by again with his latest work? Hope so!

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