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Chris_Doane

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Your little logo is pretty sweet. Do you have perfect hair like that?

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Think the guy can make the yellow treads more yellow without losing the pavement texture?

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Well I've got the file right here, so I can. Tried it and kills the readability. I think the idea was that its the yellow/green color you see on highway signs and construction stuff.

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Both suck, IMO... too juvenile. The colors don't work with the photography.

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How about a dark grey or black one?

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OK tried those. Dark grey just blends into the background and black...well that makes it awfully monotone.

You in a grungey/emo phase or something? :D

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Yellowy orange is OK, then... I just think the colorful stuff on the top and bottom distract from the film in the middle. I don't know where to look. Hhow about the yellowy orange with more white in it?

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I actually like the green one, it conjures up images of rugged guys in the bushes fighting guerrilla warfare with the carmakers, using their camera as their weapon of choice.

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I dont see where color is the problem as much as creative artistry. Seems a photographer could do a far better and more creative background to lay that roll of film down on.

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I dont see where color is the problem as much as creative artistry. Seems a photographer could do a far better and more creative background to lay that roll of film down on.

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Id be happy to look at a design of yours. :)

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This is why focus groups never work. :lol:

I guess you can't expect an artistic masterpiece for $75, but to the eyes of the average website viewer, it simply doesn't matter. It's fine as-is. :thumbsup:

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Go with the line-striping yellow one...that color at least looks natural next to an asphalt texture.

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