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    Need design help with my logo!

    Hello everyone.

    I'm attempting to think up ideas for my online business. I'm doing a logo for it but this is all I have so far. I'll probably be working on more sketches and ideas, but for now I actually like this one. I do think it's lacking something though. I want a design that is simple so that it will be easier to print it onto things (such as shirts) but not too simple that it's forgettable. Can someone help me out? Give me some ideas or crit for what I have so far? Thanks so much!

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    I am the master of my fate:
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    ~Last stanza in William Ernest Henley's poem "Invictus"
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    Hey! If you are still looking for some feedback...

    Some thoughts when designing a logo:

    -Does it work in black and white (so far you are on the right track!)
    -Does your line weight hold up when you reduce your logo to its minimum size… let's say 1 inch tall. I would guess you would loose a lot of your fine lines and "raven cross x" would become illegible.
    -Is your detail too detailed? In this case, yes. Your fine detail lines that are trying to convey shape and dimension to your skull are 100% going to get lost. As it stands in it's current form, you would not be able to embroider this logo. I suggest loosing the very thin lines altogether and try and render the logo using only thickish lines… no fine crosshatching if you want this to be versatile.
    -What does your logo look like on a white background? I gather you will need to add a stroke around your logo.

    Hope this helps

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    Thanks so much! I appreciate you taking the time to help me out. I'm going to see if this logo works like you said, and also get rid of the really fine lines.

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    It matters not how strait the gate,
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    ~Last stanza in William Ernest Henley's poem "Invictus"
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    No problemo Good luck.

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