movie production company and oil and gas exploration Logos

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  1. lightsout

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    ok so I know these sound like to completely random businesses but one guy owns part of both of them and I have been trying to help him out.

    I just need some thoughts of what to put in those logos as far as images etc.

    With the energy company (Hanynesville Energy LLC) I was trying to get something that is continuous and therefore defined sort of "energy"

    with the production company I am actually kind of lost, but they have a few movie projects finishing up soon and I am tasked with building their website which currently in shambles so I want to start with their logo.

    The company name is Generator Global LLC and it will be used pretty heavily in all their productions etc. so it needs to be something simple yet an attention grabber

    I own several logomaking programs as well as almost every type of graphic design software known to man so I hope something can come out of all of that

    any help is greatly appreciated

    Thanks
    Zach
     
  2. Lamo1graphic

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    well as you own all the graphic programs lets see your ideas?
     
  3. lightsout

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    well the problem is I am kind of short On ideas ... but Ill post a few that ive created for these two
     

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    obviously all these are fairly basic ... I said I owned the programs not that I knew how to use them lol


    but please feel free to give some feedback
     
  5. KD-did

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    As far as a simple concept goes why not use a stylized "G" with the it made to look as if is coming from a movie projector with a globe image behind it. For the energy company use a stylized "H" with a flame for gas and or lightbulb or lightning for the energy company?
     
  6. lightsout

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    that sounds awesome ... Im going to try to see if I can conceptualize that ... thanks for the input
     
  7. KD-did

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    Sometimes when you do word association mentally you will be surprised by that images that will pop into your head and that you can change into a working concept by manipulating the images and components/capital letters of the name/s . Think the word "energy" what images do you immediately get in your mind...?
     
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    the flame is what definitely pops into my mind because this company is leasing for natural gas minerals .... no doubt you hit nail on head there
     
  9. Topcatz

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    Word association


    Lightsout, lightweight...:image24-1:
     
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    lol fair enough ... but Im a database consultant, not a graphic designer so I dont pretend to be anything else lol
     
  11. monyc

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    Hey there: just keep at it. More ideas will come to you.
     
  12. harrybrad

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    oil companies

    The first obvious difference would be concerning their forms. Gas, unlike oil which is liquid, is first processed from its gaseous state and liquefied for transport. For the transport a network of pipelines is used. The liquefied gas is transported from its well and passed through a natural gas pipeline. This is because gas is not always used in the area where it is found. A network of pipelines had to be made as a means of transport.
    For more information visit: http://www.lincenergy.us
     
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