video tutorial web 2.0 style logo

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  1. MasterDesign

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    Web 2.0 Style Logo Tutorial

    What do I mean by Web 2.0-Style Logo?
    If you follow Web 2.0 closely, you’ll see similarities in the way logos
    are designed: Simple, glossed, gradient, bright-colored and they often come
    with a slight reflection and a badge or sticker just like this:
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    Pretty ain’t it? Here’s a quick 10-minute video tutorial i made to show you how to do this
    in The Logocreator.
    I've also included a TLC Template file in my blog entry for you to download so you can recreate and modify the Logo to make your own.

    If you have any questions, I’d be glad to answer them here.
    :image31:MD



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  2. Mr Laughingbird

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    Creating a Web 2.0 look

    Beautiful Erwin!
    Very nice.

    I'm working on my tutorials page (I'm updating the entire website) and will prominently display your excellent tutorials there.

    Nice work MasterD.

    Marc
     
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    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!! :image04-1:
     
  4. Lamo1graphic

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    nice one md love the sexy dutch dialect lol
     
  5. MasterDesign

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    you're welcome sweetie

    No idea wat joe ar talking aboet?!
    :image31:MD
     
  6. Lamo1graphic

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    i like the way you converted the photo shop tut into logo creator very inventive my friend
    9/10 for effort good job!!!

    heres my attempt
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  7. MasterDesign

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    MDsign™

    Thanx mate, this was indeed inspired by a photoshop tutorial wich i recreated . With this and the "jellybean" tutorial i want to show that you don't need (expensive) 3th party software to achieve similar results and that TLC offers lot's of possibilities besides modifying the templates.

    ....harder then it looks eh? :image31:
    (kidding! looks great, you know i love your stuff)
     
  8. Mr Laughingbird

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    And THAT is worth it's weight in Gold MasterD.
    I personally want to thank you for taking the time to post and create the tutorials!

    Marc
     
  9. MasterDesign

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    No worries, Marc!
    i enjoy making them,
    this tutorial can be downloaded here
    and the TLC template here.
    More coming soon!
    MD
     
  10. Chris_Houg

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    Good job, MD. It was simple enough even I could make something respectable using the tutorial...
     

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