For freehanding, it's not too bad. However, for rigid structures built on rigid frameworks (i.e. this house and the hundreds of smaller boxes within it), you probably should have used a straight-edge, if not a ruler.
It's good and very intricate, however you may want to work on line-weight and your use of blending. Take your time and your work will come out better.
Oh yeah, I totally understood why she gave me a B..... I could never be an architect. I have no patience! lol
I love the 30s-era feel and contrast in this piece. Shades of gray with very extreme shades of red and orange. I also love how everything is interconnected. The nun is part of the mountain, the soldiers carrying the flags on the left mesh into the barbed wire, and the negative space below the bridge doubles as a body of water. It's really incredible just how many little things one can find in this.
Great job, and I love the parchment texture in it.
"But...don't expect that Tom will change his logo...cuz I love the Tank too much <3"
I don't think anyone's expecting him to change the logo, especially not to this.
On a more helpful note, you should have done something more with the negative space, as this logo redesign has a lot of it. Seems very empty and has that early 2000s feel to it, do you know what I mean?
I think this would work better as a base rather than a finished design.
Of course he won't change it. I was being sarcastic.
It was after all...just a homework assignment.
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