[placement] candidate logo

Erlon Cruz sombrafam at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 12:28:59 UTC 2019

Lol, had the same feeling about the evilness of the bird.

Em seg, 17 de jun de 2019 às 09:16, Sean Mooney <smooney at redhat.com>

> On Mon, 2019-06-17 at 11:02 +0100, Chris Dent wrote:
> > https://burningchrome.com/magpie2.png
> >
> > Is the latest iteration of the candidate placement logo.
> > Please shout out if it's not okay. It's been through a few
> > iterations of feedback to get it to a form closer to what we
> > discussed a couple of weeks ago.
> >
> > For those not aware: The image is of an Australian Magpie.
> i like the image in general but i think the red and the angle of the
> iris sets the wrong tone. it reads as slightly arragant/sinister
> its kind of hard to edit a 640*640 png without and get the quality you
> would want
> for a logo but i mocked up a slight change that i think makes it more
> cheerful and
> aprochable. i think the rotation of the iris is the main thing.
> the more hoizontal placement of the in the origial makes the image look
> like the
> magpie si look over its sholder at you where as the more vertical
> inclanation
> in my modifed version read less like its stearing at you.
> looking at the original because of its stance and the perception its
> watching you it
> read more like a raven giving me an edger alan po vibe but i think the
> modifed version
> could be a magpie. the cyan/blue tones also read much more like the
> magpies i am used
> to seeing
> https://download.ams.birds.cornell.edu/api/v1/asset/70580781/1800
> https://www.audubon.org/sites/default/files/styles/grid_gallery_lightbox/public/apa_2015_michaellabarbera_282789_black-billed_magpie_kk-adult.jpg?itok=ceft_M1F
> granted the colouration is mostly on there wings not around there eyes but
> it is a log after all :)
> >
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