Discussion in 'The Logo Creator Gallery' started by WHBea, Feb 26, 2005.
I made these font elements and then assembled them in TLC
How did you make the elements?
The result, of course, is wonderful as usual.
I love this method
Hi PerfectJewel.... I made a "Hero" font with a font creation program and then install the font to my system and was able to use the elements in my logo. I really like the freedom to try colors and different ideas by building everything from the ground up.
I've been watching your work on TLC forum and you're looking good. : )
Would you be willing to share the name of the software you use to create fonts or, alternatively could you point me in the right direction to find souces myself?
Thanks, and thanks for your kind words.
High-Logic's Font Creator
This is a good way to go.... try it before you buy it. High-Logic's Font Creator is a nice program and pretty easy to use. I have not found anything that is better for the price. They have a forum as well. : )
Okay...One last version
Thought this version turned out well.... : )
The problem is they all turn out well. You do beautiful work.
Good job WHBea! Great logo...and thanks for the info.
Yes, you do beautiful two thumbs way up! Keep up the good work.
can you spare some info
WHBea, I seen some of your work, especially the metallic ones, the 45th anniv and now the gold coin. These are awesome. Did you create that color in TLC on the gold coin. Besides the elements I understand part. When I do try a color combo I cannot come close to you :bonk: Any tips? : o_please
Color Contrast makes a difference
All the colors are made in TLC. On the gold coin I used the "primary" colors and selected the dark brown and a very light yellow. Once I have that gradation I willl select the cycles of color within the object 1,2,3,4 or 5. I have also found some nice effects by rotating the angle of the gradation. I have used the meltalic colors in the drop down menu selection with good success.
Also layers of dark for shadows and light for high lights help. I slide the edge of an element so that it shows just a little under the top layer. Sometimes blurring the highlight layer helps just as blurring a shadow helps.
Look for the layers on the coin at the edges of the elements. Hope this helps. : )
I appreciate the reply.....I am going into the logo dungeon and do some tweaking..,..muahaaa! :57:
Post your results
If you're not getting what you want or expect post it and I'll try to help with it... : )
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