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sorry for the typo in the post :)
So you need the collective QBN to design this for you?!
I Don't like the pucker and bloat on the 3rd one but would match that font with the 1st ball. or maybe the 2nd.
have you tried using the ball as the loop on the 'a' or the b
or a racket?
nope just some hints / recommendations
yeah why not Stugoo
more illustrator effects, less originality
well. i think the idea is under developed. none of the examples show any real thought put into them.
i get the idea, its the "tail" but it is a weak attempt.
id add more tennis to the mix; play with the motion of the logo.
oh no I can see where this is going - some new year abuse for the fella eh?
yeah...the typo sux as i see it now
these are all first-generation ideas (little conceptualizing and randomly adding text). there isn't enough here to 'help' you with.
ask yourself some questions about the company.
is it high-end club?
why is it called cat ball?
take a look at tennis balls and what their characteristics are.
move past the obvious and keep trying things.
yeah it's just the beginning
this is sport, yes?
or is this an over 50 cougar tennis club with no skills other than preying on ball boys?
or complete bullshit?
With a bizarre name like catball it's going to need a descriptor:
then what bulletfactory said - what kind of club is it - family, high-end, community, specialist? the logo/logotype treatment should come from the answer. Does it have a unique location that can be used somehow?
but no lolcats ;)
ver3, those above are more for... american football... must put some speed, movement, goal... i agree...
A cat rolled in a ball and about to be smashed... you'll get the dog lovers in droves!
just a humble local tennis club with clients from hell