Help - making a logo!
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    Default Help - making a logo!

    Hi DJTT

    Since starting DJing a month and a half ago with the help of many members on the forum (thanks so much, guys!) I have been very fortunate and had unbelievable success with DJing. I have made hundreds of dollars, gotten my name out there, earned a paid residence at a local college "party house," played for crowds of 1,000+ people (once), but most importantly, done this playing the music that I love and not having to play top40 crapola or take bajillions of requests.

    Anyway, I feel like it is time to make a logo/cool looking design that can be put on flyers and FB fan pages and such. During Physics class the other day, I drew out this logo.



    I feel pretty good about it (besides the horrible coloring job), and want to make something out of it. However, I have absolutely no idea how to turn this into an actual nice, clean digital image.
    Thus, how to I make this into a logo?
    Last edited by dayvue; 12-12-2011 at 03:32 AM.

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    bumpz

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    you did all that in a month in half... I'm jealous. anyways the logo you drew up has potential. ask someone with Photoshop or Illustrator(preferable) skills to finish it up for you.

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    Are you willing to drop any funding if I whip it up as a clean vector for ya?

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    I would prefer to learn to do it myself, as that will be more useful in the long run. Do you guys think Illustrator is the way to go?

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    Illustrator is definitely the way to go for logo design.

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    Sobi's right. Its the absolute best for working with vectors, which you're going to want to to, so you can have the logo resized from a web banner to the size of a building without losing any resolution.

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