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Old 05-13-2010, 04:36 PM   #31
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I was thinking about the bottle cap. Maybe if it was on the side of the mug, kinda leaning against it. The bottle proportion may end up being kinda off from the bottle cap though. Another option could be to lose the bottle and only have foam/beer kinda spilling over the side of the mug.

The other idea I was thinking about would take it into another whole direction. A dog (maybe side view) holding a beer mug, that was larger than him. the beer mug would be tilting kinda backwards, with foam/beer sloshing back. I think this would totally change the type of dog though, as it would be more cartoon-ish. Any thoughts?

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Old 05-13-2010, 04:56 PM   #32
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I was thinking about the bottle cap. Maybe if it was on the side of the mug, kinda leaning against it. The bottle proportion may end up being kinda off from the bottle cap though. Another option could be to lose the bottle and only have foam/beer kinda spilling over the side of the mug.
Changing the porportions of the cap according to the bottle is easily done no problems there. or even leaving it out all togeather as I just won't draw that into illustrator. All these minor changes can be done easily once we get the base imagery into play.

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The other idea I was thinking about would take it into another whole direction. A dog (maybe side view) holding a beer mug, that was larger than him. the beer mug would be tilting kinda backwards, with foam/beer sloshing back. I think this would totally change the type of dog though, as it would be more cartoon-ish. Any thoughts?

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This would make it more cartoonish but it's doable for sure, I could try and keep the yorki caracteristics as much as possible. the face is what really makes the yorki look though for the most part. I'll see what I can draw up today for this one. then you have two choices.
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Old 05-13-2010, 05:11 PM   #33
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Changing the porportions of the cap according to the bottle is easily done no problems there. or even leaving it out all togeather as I just won't draw that into illustrator. All these minor changes can be done easily once we get the base imagery into play.
Not being familiar with this type stuff, I did not know how hard it was to change something once it was put into the computer program. Good to know there is some flexibility.


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This would make it more cartoonish but it's doable for sure, I could try and keep the yorki caracteristics as much as possible. the face is what really makes the yorki look though for the most part. I'll see what I can draw up today for this one. then you have two choices.
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Cool. I think I could definitely decide between the two drawings. I appreciate it.
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Not being familiar with this type stuff, I did not know how hard it was to change something once it was put into the computer program. Good to know there is some flexibility.
Yeah it's just like deleting words off a spreadsheet or in somecases like turning on and off a light switch. There is actually a lot of flexability so don't think that the hand drawn images are set in stone and is exactly how it'll look. The sketches are just to get an overal image feel and look but it can be changed alot once put into illustrator or photoshop.
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Old 05-13-2010, 06:38 PM   #35
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I had named my brewing operation Lil' Dog Brewing, which based on your screen name would have been appropriate for you.
My wife and kids had some hats and mugs made with the name on it, but no logo yet.
I'll subscribe to this thread to make sure we don't come up with something that is similar to what you end up with.

Here's our Lil' Dog mascot. Funny how this pic looks a little like your logo....



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Yea, there is a lot of brewery names with the word dog in them. Must go along with dogs being mans best friend.

Since were posting pics of our dogs here is mine. Her name is Pebbles. The second picture is funny, because she always has her tongue out licking something. Probably helped that I was holding a treat while snapping the pics



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Cool. You'll need to brew some "Pebble Pooch Pale Ale".

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that toungue gives me an idea to incorporate in the second more cartoony sketch. lol

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alright number 2.

did a really quick sketch (during a meeting lol) some of the details are gone that I have on paper but that happens during the scan. but you'll get what the basis of what it'd look like.

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Wow, both are good!! I will have to think about it, and let you know.



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