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post #616 of 1011

Hello!

 

Just wondering if there is any chance this will work: http://i.imgur.com/4qka99G.jpg

 

Or is it better to go with: http://i.imgur.com/uCwIuKJ.jpg (Is there any way to remove the yellow "splashes"?)

 

Also, do you think there will be any copyright issues with these two?

 

If anyone have to time to do this for me i would be so thankful!

 

Thanks!

post #617 of 1011

Are these too fancy?. I can't decide what to put on and I'm planning to buy a Crossfade LP(White Pearl) . Any opinions,criticism and suggestions from anyone who is human are greatly appreciated.

 

[IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/2heyf0z.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i40.tinypic.com/2qwhduh.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i39.tinypic.com/2hhlu7q.jpg[/IMG]


Edited by RoughOne - 10/8/13 at 6:05pm
post #618 of 1011
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Originally Posted by RoughOne View Post
 

Are these too fancy?. I can't decide what to put on and I'm planning to buy a Crossfade LP(White Pearl) . Any opinions,criticism and suggestions from anyone who is human are greatly appreciated.

 

[IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/2heyf0z.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i40.tinypic.com/2qwhduh.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i39.tinypic.com/2hhlu7q.jpg[/IMG]

 

Not too fancy at all. I like the skull one!

post #619 of 1011

i think it can be all done, but the one with the skull it's really nice...

post #620 of 1011
Do you know the type of material of the custom shields? I will try to contact local engraving service to do my custom logo. Hope it will turn out ok.
post #621 of 1011
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Originally Posted by mrbranch View Post

Do you know the type of material of the custom shields? I will try to contact local engraving service to do my custom logo. Hope it will turn out ok.

V-Moda website calls it a lightweight durable metal. No specifics.
post #622 of 1011
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Originally Posted by RoughOne View Post
 

Are these too fancy?. I can't decide what to put on and I'm planning to buy a Crossfade LP(White Pearl) . Any opinions,criticism and suggestions from anyone who is human are greatly appreciated.

 

[IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/2heyf0z.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i40.tinypic.com/2qwhduh.jpg[/IMG]

 

[IMG]http://i39.tinypic.com/2hhlu7q.jpg[/IMG]

they all look cool but I like the skull. Its a little more unique

post #623 of 1011
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Originally Posted by mrbranch View Post

Do you know the type of material of the custom shields? I will try to contact local engraving service to do my custom logo. Hope it will turn out ok.

they are metal with a laserable coating. when you are looking for a local engraving place just ask if they do laser engraving.

post #624 of 1011

made an account on here just to post this

http://i.imgur.com/6HNUlvr.jpg

post #625 of 1011
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Originally Posted by weirdguy500 View Post
 

made an account on here just to post this

http://i.imgur.com/6HNUlvr.jpg

Thanks is freaking beautiful!

post #626 of 1011
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Originally Posted by SpiderNhan View Post
 

Thanks is freaking beautiful!

thanks. i designed it myself :D

post #627 of 1011

guys, please help me design something. i dont have adobe on my computer as it has limited space. i'd like something with a black ant (like my profile picture) and below that, a word V-moda. i really would appreciate the help and your design skills. 

post #628 of 1011
Quote:

Edit; I think my friend did it on a LP Template, I have the M100's.

 

This is precisely what I had in mind for my shields a few months ago. Родина :-)

post #629 of 1011
Hello, I have seen a lot of your very nice eye catching logo designs for the m-100 shields. I would love if you can help me make one. Like an ant head wearing a headphone and a v-moda in the bottom. I really home you can help me.... Thank you so much
post #630 of 1011

Crossfade Customs uses a 2-Line black and white artwork for laser engraving. Due to the hardness of metal, engraving different colors and even lighter shades of gray is not possible. Therefore, all art must be represented as 2-line artwork in black and white: black is engraved into the surface, white is not.

 

https://v-moda.com/crossfade-customs-logo-requirements/

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