I thought it may be enjoyable to bring you along on something that's relatively new territory for me, at least as far as what you may be aware that I do. And that's the logo design.
This one in particular is for Delmarva Bag Limits, a website devoted to "Helping you make the most of your hunting and fishing adventures". It's actually run by my uncle, Michael Draper, who you may know as the fellow responsible for writing the shorts stories "The Country" which I've been illustrating over the last couple months (BTW, I just may have another one on the way so keep your eyes peeled).
Logo designs I've noticed are an entirely different animal with entirely different needs so the direction one must take is a bit different than that of say, a short story illustration. Though at the same time it's extremely enjoyable, especially if you're able to have a close detailed discussion with your client like I had with my uncle. There's a tremendous amount of subtlety in a good design that can open up new parts of one's perspective and skills. This is one of the many reasons I feel fortunate to do what it is that I do - this seemingly unlimited way art can be applied. Look forward to sharing more with you all.
In the meantime I hope you enjoy and I'll talk with you on Friday!