[SDL] SDL Logos
romik12345 at lycos.co.uk
Thu Aug 1 13:42:01 PDT 2002
Samuel Hart wrote:
>On Tue, 2002-07-30 at 01:04, nbs wrote:
>>On Mon, Jul 29, 2002 at 09:05:49PM -0700, Robert Wohleb wrote:
>>>Here is a logo idea to take a look at. I've made a B/W and color version in 3 sizes.
>>Hey! That's a nifty concept. It's a "layer" over graphics. ;)
>I second that. I really like it (sorry, haven't read the rest of the
>posts since this yet, so don't know what, if anything else, has been
>the thing I like the best about it is that there are no gears, and yet
>it still conveys visually what SDL is :-)
I like it too, but I think that instead of the hexagons there should be
gears. Then it will truly convey what SDL is - a *simle* layer (=smooth
surface above) over a relatively *complex* stuff (gears below).
I don't mean gears as the main thing of the logo, as suggested in other
logos. I mean gears to show complexity, as though you've opened a
Here's the inside of my old watch, for illustration... :)
Also, I think it will be better if the letters "S-D-L" will be part of
the logo, and not on the side...
What do you think about something like this?
(Of course in the actual logo it should be a few generic meta-file
gears, not a photo like here).
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