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We've created an army dice game where you roll dice against your opponent. Depending on what you roll you can capture kill or save men. Once a player captures or kills all of the opponents men, the game is over. For kids 5+ and designed by a 9 year old with help of his uncle. This is an Army Game first and foremost. I'd like to modern warfare, 1920-2017 War references. I would like it to read Army with dice incorporated even if it is subtle
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Like the idea of modern seal or crest to tie in military
Type treatment is simple and the bird is abstract but obviously a bird
Like the use of negative space for silhouette and bold lite text
Like the facet look, we'd like a black ops looking logo in this style
Like the geometric look and subtle shadow
Like the idea of integrated positive and negative space
Bold logo with simple type that can be separated good use of negative space for the face
Simple bold letter with subtle detail
Modern twist on a rustic seal could be cool like this.
I Like Resembles army patches and stripes
I see the logo going in three different ways. But all of them need to read Army First
1) BlackOPS, modern warfare, possible facet treatment, geometric style
2) Rustic seal or stamp, distressed, traditional army patch simplified to 1 or two colors
3) Figure ground logo integrating dice and guns/ammunition with clean type, maybe a small accent on the type so if we separate the mark and type they can stand alone.
We will most likely do packaging design through 99designs so keep that in mind. Each player gets a die, 20-30 army men, a jail, and fighter jet.