Odisej had a great starting design that was clean, and higher in quality than any of the other designers submitted. He had a positive attitude and provided multiple and swift revisions/versions of the logo. Overall I am thrilled with the end product, and feel blessed to have this new logo for my company & website!
How camtyler started their logo design journey
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We sell short, organically recorded sounds and energetic rhythmic loops for music producers and songwriters. These sounds are made to inspire and fuel their musical creativity (genres are mainly in modern pop, r&b, funk, and rock styles). These sounds are sold to the customer via a website where they are downloaded in digital form (wav files), so our customers are tech-savvy. Lit Loops brings that much needed fire to their music projects ("that song is LIT!").
Target market is 90% male ages 20-35, worldwide location (internet), educated in music recording/production with computer software skills (ProTools, Garage Band, Logic, Ableton Live), and in most cases knows how to play an instrument. They value simplicity and ease of use, but also willing to pay for something that has a unique sonic character & helps them with their creative process in music making.
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i like the rounded letters (with 2 separate font looks), the simple illustration, out of all the logos ive found on 99D, this is my favorite by far. I REALLY like that its blending something kind of random (like a lemon) with something that is music related (a record)
i like the whimsical drawing, but the font isn't clear enough
the font is clear, but overall its not that clean of a logo. I like this cartoon figure because it kindof looks like rocco from "rocco's modern life" the cartoon
I do not want an actual farm animal as the face of my brand, but I like this style of cartoon... its quirky, cartoon-y etc. sort of reminds me of early days of the cartoons "south park", or "rick and morty". that sheep is lit, literally
these are terrible... don't do anything like this please lol
i like this because its colorful, eye catching... reminds me of the old batman show where during a fight scene, they throw an illustrated "kapow!!" across the screen... the background colors & design is too busy for me, but i like the font and the textured dots around, the blue dotted cloud kindof matches my shirt from the below reference
here is a typical music production workstation... something like this familiar to my clients, but make it more exciting
comic book style explosion!
more comic book style... fun, light hearted, having a good time
flame cartoon character...
this is soooo over the top busy, but its got some great design elements in it... i love how the colors pop and it makes your imagination go wild. the sun on the top left side is especially great imo.
Even though I've specified color, I'm open to ideas and suggestions. I've attached my website's About page picture, which is an animated comic book style photo of myself... I would like you to use this as a jumping off point for the look and feel of my logo. I am hoping to give the brand identity an animated, colorful, fun, casual, cartoon-ish feel, while still maintaining a clean & simple look. For the "Lit Loops" lettering/font, I'd like for it to be clean, rounded lettering... so you can see what it is even if its a small icon. My customers are young tech-savy musicians, creative types with a sense of humor, so I'd like to cater to their personalities... something that catches their eye and makes them want to find out more about the digital products my company offers.