<font size="2" face="verdana,arial,helvetica">Not taken as a negative, but I get these done with up to 9 colors for $.99 per 300. Also have a reversed black and white for ads and tee shirts...Originally posted by wootersen:
I used to work in the sign business and one thing to consider is, the more colors you have the more expensive your logo will be to print. This is true for not only signs, but screenprinted shirts, embroidery, business cards, etc. etc....Also, keep in mind with that many colors you won't be able to do any black and white advertising and include your logo. Newspapers and black and white magazines would not be able to print that for you. Also handbills and brochures would have to be full color and much more expensive.
I hate to sound negative, but I've seen a lot of businesses make the same mistakes with there logos. That logo might work very well for you under certain types of media. Remember, sometimes less is more.
However, it does look pretty cool. :grin:
<font size="2" face="verdana,arial,helvetica">I think you're correct here. I didn't have and don't have a good "ocean" picture to work with. I'm always on the boat so I can't take theOriginally posted by Sliderite:
I have not fished with you but I think the experience would be awesome! As far as the logo,
well I think you have the wrong background. Your trips are about fast and extreme fishing in ocean conditions and not "cruising the channel" as the green background suggests. I am thinking about the same lettering on the peripheral logo but a surf or large swell pushes the boat upward at about a 20+ degree(+ or -) angle that lets everyone know what it is truely about. Maybe the rocks of Depoe Bay as the background. Just thinking that the ocean is a more appropriate background.
But then again... just my .02
good luck which ever way you go with this!