Discord Logo Submissions
@pandora the discord logo is really tiny. all that detail will be lost and the font wont even be readable
@vega that's why I have the little emblem on the bottom. that'd be for something like the discord logo.
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Loved the second picture @Pandora . GJ. I will not even touch photoshop for this job
Wow! Love the work so far! Those are some very cool and detailed images.
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Easy enough to change the colour's (see bottom right) but kept it similar to the last 3 years with the warmer oranges.. in hindsight, I should have bumped the tone a bit as its lacking that pop.. but Im outta time for now.
Great job on the submissions so far everyone! We love the examples you all have come up with so far.
One thing that I strongly recommend doing is to take your images and add them to your own private Discord server to test the icons and see how they look and fit. There's also an avatar cropping tool that can help visualize: https://avatarcropper.com/
Thanks for your time and effort! We will continue to review submissions as they come in, if you have any other ideas to submit please do.
Pandora you have definitely captured the medieval theme with the castle-like feel, great job.
Hoax you did a great job of finding a concise image to represent the brand and the mix of Runic with English lettering was a fantastic choice.
It's a tough call to make, but we're going to be considering the existing submissions.
If it's not too much to ask, would either of you be willing to extend your ideas with a banner for the front page of our website? Currently, Sentinel has been helping to re-create the banner to be similar to our old one, but if you guys have an idea that goes along with your submissions, we'd love to explore that as well.
The current banner is:
One thing is, the color orange is not really intended to be part of the color scheme, we're going more for tan/light-brown parchment/paper colors.
Let us know what you think and if you would like to contribute more.
@gorgan Cool, Next chance I get I will do a Tan/brown variation. One issue I've struggled with in the passed dealing clients is readability in those hue ranges on light back grounds. I suspect you wont ever be using it for that, but thought I would mention that for future considerations in mind.
Here is another variation I was toying with a week ago. the grunge could have been a bit more considered imo