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Aspiring Graphic Designer. Free Logos

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My name is Devon Peak, and I'm an aspiring artist (and independent game developer). I love all art especially graphic design. I want to design logos for free so more people can see my art. I'm experienced in most graphic design (drawing and photo editing) software i.e. Photoshop and Gimp. I also use 'Blender' a 3D modeling software. I'm a high school student but I have learned graphic in a class at my school and I self teach myself. I also work with a group of graphic designers, photographers, and website designers at my church.

You can email me: devonpeak.oh@gmail.com
Website: [url="http://www.devonpeak.tk/"]http://www.devonpeak.tk/[/url]
and follow me on Twitter: [url="https://twitter.com/#!/_devonpeak"]https://twitter.com/_devonpeak[/url] I tweet about my art and game development.

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Website looks nice and clean; I like the design. Try to get some art samples up as soon as you can. If not logos, then any kinds of drawings--just something to show off your style. Even at the price of "free," I'd be reluctant to ask someone to make a logo for me without having any idea what kind of art they can produce.

Good luck!

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Thanks for the comment, follow, and website view. I'm working on a drawing now. I know it's important for me to post pictures because I can describe my style. And I like your website. It's clean and that's a nice "Actual Photograph".

And thanks for contributing to my post on this website. I'm following you on Twitter because I want to. Not because you followed me first.

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I made meself on a simple 2D CAD program and did a cut n paste for my attached buddy Mr. Grid Bot. (we're both in sad shape)

See [url="http://Botchee.com"]botchee.com[/url] and [url="http://tophatsudoku.com/botchee"]tophatsudoku.com/botchee[/url] for context (trying to fix it up).

Have your tried xaml as part of Visual Studio? it's a free download from Microsoft.

Trying to figure out how to twist rectangles for Xtreme gameboard.

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I finished a logo I made for an independent game company "Sock Munkee Development". The pictures are on my twitter.
[url="https://twitter.com/#!/_devonpeak"]https://twitter.com/_devonpeak[/url]

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