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    Default Suggestions for a logo

    Hi everyone,

    The Thingamey whatsit for my website is C.A.P. (canberra amatuer productions).

    I must admit i'm not very creative so I was wondering if anyone could suggest what the logo should look like. I'd like it to have C.A.P. in it and be a square. I have adobe photoshop at my disposal. Any suggestions?
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    Default please

    post a link to your web page.

    I would like to look at it to see what it is all about



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    Mod Note - Removed Hyperlink

    There you go
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    How about using the old style movie film.Use three and in the center one use the CAP in the center with a wide smile line above and below it.

    But leave the ends open so it does not look like a eye.Use the green background and for the letters use a glittery gold color.....

    Just a quick thought


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    Thanks for your suggestion.I think I will try it out. 1 question, what do you mean by use three ?

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    I was thinking a director's board set at an angle with C.A.P. written on it in a white chalk style.
    Verzeihung!

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    Another thing to try is the good old fashioned font treatment and color choice. Pick an interesting, distinct font (bold versions often work well) and a distinctive color.

    This is very achievable if you don't have extensive art experience.

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    Three frames.

    sorry

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    In the end I decided upon this

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