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    My new logo, all thanks to ArtRage!

    This is just the name of my software studio. Its the same studio for our new game that we are working on but it will be under a different name once it is "published".
    Last edited by SourceCode; 08-17-2015 at 12:21 AM.

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    Jul 2006

    Just a thought -- you might want to have versions in BW and in limited colors. It's a cost thing were you to ever have something printed in large production size quantities. It would affect nothing if you were just going to have it for web use where there's not so many restrictions on colors. It's something to look into because logos and corporate identity is a world unto itself.

    Wishing you great success on your venture!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Hey D Akey!

    Thank you for the valuable tip! I will certainly be sure to keep that in mind for the future but as of right now, all of our stuff are digital releases. The majority of our products are made for the individual and not for the general public. It's software created for a particular business... however, I am currently working on a program that will be released through the Windows and Apple App stores. I am completely hooked on the ArtRage program! I am really liking it and have even started a few pieces that are nothing more than for pure enjoyment....and I've never been that way....all of my art has always been for a purpose. That says a lot about the impression ArtRage has left on me!

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    Jul 2006
    It's good to find your expression in painting. Nothing at all wrong with the focus of having a purposeful goal. It's easier sometimes to get a handle on what you're doing. But, as you're discovering, Artistic expression can be an end in itself. And look at both ends of your act of creation benefiting from owning both. I once took an academic art related class where they grabbed us a book called "Design for the Real World" (a pre-home computer world) and I was flabbergasted at what creative people were doing in not just Form Follows Function, but in their stretching their reaches because of the heightened creativity that comes from having a reason to create something with practical applications in the world. Some of the stuff was a little "out there" using the available resources like creating desert dwellings out of the local materials and so on. But it all made sense in that it was creating homes for people without them and so forth. And it sure took on a distinct look that came from what they were trying to do and where they were doing it.

    So that idea of merging purpose with design or even art is a really really good one. When you're doing the front end artistically and logically, that is a big selling factor because it suits your audience because we're complex beings. You'll tap into people's imagination in addition to delivering something bigger. You got that experience yourself from playing with a program with a great interface, and voila -- you're suddenly seeing yourself as an artist. So you're likely going to bring that level to your own creations because you know what can open up.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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