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How erikrydeman started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Doborog is an exciting new indie game development company, intent on making awesome games for mobile devices and computer machines.
Games might revolve around riding cute horses, blowing up giant robots with magic or fighting 5 ninjas at once. None of these things need appear in the logo.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Doborog is a play on words for the term RoboDog; a dog that is somehow robotic. The idea is that the dog is trying to be a good robot dog, but doesn't quite grasp what that means. She has however recently watched the movie Robocop and is very enthusiastic about the notion of being a tough looking robot.
How exactly do we communicate that the dog is robotic in nature? I am open to your creative interpretations!
- She's a cyborg, part real dog, part machine. (think Borg from Star Trek)
- She's a full on robot modeled after a dog.
- She's a normal dog that has dressed up as a robot, wearing metallic things. This one has a lot of room for being funny. Silly dog!
The idea is that the dog is a mascot for the company.
Ideally the logo would be open to being animated as part of game / trailer intro sequences.
That said as long as there could be some natural transition from a more complex animated version that solidifies down to a more stylized version we're good. Having a circle outline could be helpful for this but is not a strict requirement.
Massive bonus points if the dog in the logo looks a lot like my dog, Hunden Hundsson! Pictures attached, but don't worry about emulating any of those poses.