Above is an example of my idea for my personal logo, to show visually the idea i have about using loose handwriting against bold writing. Further adaptions shall be made to stylize my name to be more visually appealing.
These are examples of the type of mood I am debating with for my personal identity design. I like the clean, fresh and strong look of the black on white.The examples of writing are also the style I have chosen for my name, because this is how I’ve always written my name and signature in this style. I’ve always used a loose, free flowing script as my handwriting and this is the style I want to keep to show who I am. I would like to perhaps use the name ‘Leonie’ as the script (as this is of french origin and is the feminine derivative of ‘Lioness’ depicting a strong woman.) I would then keep the ‘Turner’ part of my name as I feel this is a strong, masculine name and evokes the meaning of ‘Turner’ as a male, wood worker (or turner of wood similar to a barrel maker etc.). Even though I am going to major on a black and white theme, I will also look at introducing some colour, to indicate that this is what my skill is - i.e. working with paint and illustration which is my strength.
Saw this gentleman drawing in Walsall town centre today.
Visual reaseach for my textiles lesson.
Found sea side theme at hollybush.
Frist colour magenta pink, more progress to be made. Introducing my second colour yellow. Few ideas for futher develpoment, print these onto blue fabric and lining wallpaper. Seeing if texture can be created through my design .