He absolutely nailed it. I will definitely be working with him in the future.
great work! very quick and very attentive to small details.
MaddoX was very quick and creative with design concepts, plus flexible when feedback was provided.
- T r i x i e
Great work ... really matched my exact needs and worked through changes per my direction easily. A true pleasure to work with.
How burnesskirk started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a brand encompassing tactical gear and outdoors. Such things as knives, tactical flashlights, backpacks, etc. for the tactical outdoors person and survivalist.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
White on black background
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This logo should include "Scorpion Bros" plus a picture similar to one I will attach. It will be in white and used on black boxes. The "Scorpion Man"picture should be modified to coordinate with the text font (and it needs to be "softened" somewhat as it has too many sharp lines/angles). I seem to like the picture entirely enclosed in a circle or other design rather than the man coming out of the design, but I could be convinced otherwise.
The Scorpion man's hands are too lobster claw like and I would like them to be slightly more human. If you put your fingers together and move your thumbs away from your fingers, holding your hands vertically/upright, looking down at your hands they will look claw like, but the thumb is half the length of the fingers. An effect like that would be better for the hands than the equal sided claw.
On this Logo, ideally the picture of the scorpion man would be close to the font size, so that it could work on a thin product box such as for a knife.
I would like to see the picture of the scorpion man facing both to the right and to the left to see which I like better. Again, the picture may need to be used by itself on a product.