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    The kingdom come S is different from the regular logo tho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cemond
    The kingdom come S is different from the regular logo tho..

    http://images.comicbookresources.com...10_solicit.jpg
    True. but if you look at his logo, it's not exactly like the Kingdom Come Superman emblem either. His seems to be a mixture of a more classic Superman emblem, Superman Returns, and the Kingdom Come emblem. Even the belt is closer to the classic costume more than the Kingdom Come costume.

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    This is superb. What I like about it the most is that you have taken different elements from the way other artists have interpreted Superman and come up with something that is your own. Top stuff mate!
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    Default new color test

    I did a new color test, darker, that fits more what I wanted to do.

    At work I`m doing a lot of muscled guys with popping veins and exaggerated folds (for ingame) so for this Sup I wanted to do something different.

    I`m happy with the logo, like you said it`s a mix of different things I like.

    I`m still not happy about the base and the superman written on it but I will let it be. SF4 is calling

    see you on the next post and thanks for all the comments.

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    ok, this is the last time I`m touching this one. I can`t look at it anymore, I just see things that bug me....
    I just changed the base and play with the camera angle.

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    This is looking really nice man. here's a link to the superman comic words and a bunch more vector/illustrator superman stuff. not sure of you still need it or not. this site is pretty awesome for all kinds of logos.

    http://www.brandsoftheworld.com/sear...542/77031.html

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    Came out much better! Great piece
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    i rather the first one (but its very shiny)....colors are very desaturated on your second test...just my personal idea !

    i found it via google but im not sure its the thing you want....
    ithttp://www.supermanhomepage.com/multimedia/multimedia.php?topic=fonts

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    Nope,there is no Superman font available.I searched through almost every site i could think of and even googled but couldnt find anything.So it means its hand drawn ^^.
    But dont worry you could always use Photoshop and vector the symbol

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    Default cool work

    what did you do for the background on the last image?

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    great work on the superman, your faces feel so heavy and thick. The way the folds lay are incredible. What kind of brushes do you use for those?

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    its looking great, may I suggest a steel base, or maybe more a cast iron base with polished steel letters.

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    it's looking pretty good. how many sub-tools are you using? can you show us a wip or wire frame? cool stuff. i also agree with "point" i believe a steel base or brushed metal might look better imho. keep up the good work

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    Very cool bro ....his got a very solid feel to him ...kinda bulldozer weight
    I do think the logo good be a separate sub tool ..you could get away with more I think

    And this is a personal thing but I cant imagine him in a suit at the office (Clark Kent version) no offence but to me his more like a hard hat worker I feel the same way about Antropuses Superman ...again just my op

    but regardless very cool stuff

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