How to Know if Your Cartoon Logo Design is Good?
Cartoon Logo Design
Cartoon logo design combines two disciplines: logo design with cartooning. A good logo designer does not necessarily know how to draw a good cartoon character. Not all good logo designers know how to draw a good cartoon character. Not all good cartoonists are sensitive to the typographic, color and branding concerns imperative to logo design.
With the cartoon logo design process, you need to know what makes a good logo, and also what makes a good cartoon character an effective brand mascot. To achieve ultimate success with your cartoon logo design depends on understanding both.
A good logo must reproduce and be recognizable at a small size. When shrunk to a one-inch square can it be viewed on a computer screen where the resolution is not very good? Think of how it has to look on your business card. Don’t try to cram a detailed cartoon character into a logo, be careful the cartoon character holds up its integrity. That's the mark of a good cartoon logo design.
Relatively simple cartoon character in your cartoon logo will make a better design. That's why the cartoon characters at Clipart Cartoon Drawings® have big, friendly eyes - they hold up at small sizes. Many other cartoon characters lose elements of their face when reduced, which is not good for a cartoon logo design. A good cartoon logo design is not as easy as most people think, so get professional help
Come to Clipart Cartoon Drawings® for cartoon logo design because our cartoon characters are designed for brand building purposes. Your cartoon character will come in its own clipart set featuring the brand mascot in a variety of useful poses such as holding a blank sign, holding a fist full of money, holding a phone or looking through a magnifying glass. With more than 100 different stock characters, you're bound to find one that you could incorporate into your cartoon logo design.