I am looking for two logos.
I am looking at a logo of an animated lotus flower (mauve) which opens up. I want it to look as realistic as possible. I am looking at shape tweening from a small bud to a fully open lotus flower.
I would like the flower to have a few shades in it to make it look 3d. IF it can be done using 3d modeling that will be really nice. It has to be easy to load and if it isn't there should be some kind of a nice mechanism that would analbe the viewer to see something instead of a loading page. I am very open to ideas.
(2) the second logo will be small and I intend to use that in the corner of each page on my site as well as buttons for my site. I will also use it for business cards. This will be a 2d flat, one mauve color no animation. This lotus flower will be fully bloomed.
Description of lotus flower:
I like the kinds that are used in cosmic hindu mythology. I do not like the real pics that i see on the internet. The lotus should be shown from the side, not the top. It will be bulbous and curvy. The colors will be dark mauve to light mauve, some grays and whites.
The lotus flower will be placed between two large square brackets. I am talking about the swaure brackets that are under the curly brackets on the keyboard, to the right on the 'p'.
Please let me know about any clarifying you would like in my description. I am very open to creative ideas, I am an artist myself. I am very particular about color theory.
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