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Sitting around the gear (Rendered & SVG)

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Sitting around the gear (Rendered & SVG)
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Sitting around the gear (Rendered & SVG)
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Sitting around the gear (Rendered & SVG)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  4943
Submitted:  Jan 17 2004
Updated:  Jan 31 2004

Description:

Well, what shall I say? Another submission for the KDE Conference logo contest, made with Blender and Gimp.

PLEASE NOTE: If you like the SVG version (3rd screenshot) more than the rendered version and think that the SVG should be used everywhere, then please vote for the SVG only version, which is a separate submission at http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=10452.




Changelog:

0.3: Added SVG version for occassion, where a low amount of flat colors is needed (Cheaper T-Shirts, Banners, Small Logos)

0.2.1 (04-01-21): Nothing new. I just added a screenshot of the latest Blender with the greatly enhanced UI to show, how this logo was created.

0.2.1: Added a second version for a "night session" in the conference room.

0.2: Changed lighting and all chairs are lined up properly.




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 A little empty

 
 by bk12 on: Jan 21 2004
 
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First of all, congratulations for such a great idea. My only suggestion would be to fill the empty chairs with busy hackers.

I know it will complexify the image so it might not be possible, but it would be nice because right now it looks a little bit as if all the conference attendees were at the coffee machine :-)


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 Re: A little empty

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 21 2004
 
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Hm... may be a good idea. I hope that I will find the time for trying that.

Could be that it will make it look better or worse. Not sure yet, but it's worth a try.


...my wife complained that I do not pay attention...or something like that...
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 Colors?

 
 by nadolph on: Jan 21 2004
 
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can this logo be created using a two color print? Black and a color of blue?

this is important when creating a logo.


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 Re: Colors?

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 21 2004
 
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Just two colors will become hard, since you will loose a lot.

However if gradients are allowed, it currently contains just 2 colors.

I'm thinking about creating a simplified version with no gradients and some colors, suitable for easy T-Shirt printing. However this requires me to redraw the image in SVG. Well, maybe some good Sodipodi practice ;-)


...my wife complained that I do not pay attention...or something like that...
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 Re: Re: Colors?

 
 by nadolph on: Jan 22 2004
 
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from experience, most logos are best when only two colors are needed. they use any color ink though so gradients to dark or light or even desaturation of the blue can be used.

I was meaning to enter this contest but i fried my computer (updating the bios, oops :p ) so unless i can get it fixed soon i will probably just observe.

You have my vote, good luck


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 Brilliant:)

 
 by tuxalot on: Jan 22 2004
 
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Looks like a winner to me:)


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 3d

 
 by fragile on: Jan 22 2004
 
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I think the image is good as a 3d effect.
but i think it wont be very suitable for a logo on a t-shirt
Its too detailed for a logo as it will be costly to have the 3d effect printed on t-shirts, banners, etc and i think that a 2d logo would be more effective and suitable for being printed on t-shirts, banners etc


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 Re: 3d

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 22 2004
 
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As I've written above, I intend to redo this image with SVG as a light alternative for T-Shirts.

I just hope, that I will find the time.


...my wife complained that I do not pay attention...or something like that...
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 Wow!

 
 by bradenm on: Jan 31 2004
 
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Wonderful concept, and excellent job!


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 chairs

 
 by gravis on: Jan 31 2004
 
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I wouldn't put the chair in the edge of the gear (ho to say that ??).

Il you were at such table, you would sit between gear edges.

just my 2 cents of euro :p


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