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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
I'd like to convey an impression of durable, heirloom-quality handmade goods. I'd like customers to feel confident in purchasing something that will probably last longer than they will. I'd like them to feel that while my products aren't inexpensive, they're a value in that you get what you pay for.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
This project is easy money, I've already got an idea of what I'm looking for (although I've got an open mind to other designs). You know that heart-stabby skeleton guy from Blackbeard's flag? I want him, with "Zane's Handmade" in text. I'll be using it for a hot-stamp from Maker's Mark Branding (http://www.makersmarkbranding.com/) to emboss leather and wood, so the design needs to be clean and simple enough to retain detail when scaled down to about 1"x1" and still look good at 3"x3". If you check out the site, the stamps are capable of good detail, so it shouldn't be an issue. I've thrown together a Pinterest board with a few examples of the application here: https://dk.pinterest.com/zanetdude/maker....
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
Below are some links to a couple places that are much more established, but have similar products and also use the same kind of embossing stamps and maker's marks, just to give you an idea of the product and applications.
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