I have attached a file containing a screenshot example of a logo I would like to have redone into 4 different versions, making it look better in the process.
Right now, the logo is "flat" and doesn't look as good as I know it could. I would like for someone to make it look better and provide some definition to it as well as some shading.
The 4 different versions I want are very similar to the ones displayed except for one:
1. White background
2. Dark green background
3. Transparent background
4. Here is the one that is different: White background but instead of the color currently in the shield that alternates with white, I would like that color to be a nice dark green instead (with proper shading, etc)...this #4 is the main thing I want out of this project.
If #4 is particularly good, I may want it also with a transparent background.
By the way, the fonts that were used in the originals are:
GT: Ohio script
Nosce te ipsum: Lithographlight
Greg Thompson: Balthazar
I can provide any fonts you may be missing, if you need.
Project should be pretty quick and easy for someone who really knows what they're doing. :)
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JPG for final product, PNG or GIF (whichever you think is best for the web) for the transparent ones, and PSD or whatever resource graphics file format you might create when making them