• Dear CH, I have made a black/white version of #21. Could you please request a revision to my design so I may upload same. Thank you in advance.
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  • Might be good for another church, but doesn't fit ours. It seems too generic. We are trying to get across the uniqueness of our parish. I think for me, if you're going to use an architectural detail, it should be specific to Grace.
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  • I still like this a lot. I like the simplicity of this original design, but I am conflicted about the huge blocks of black. The roof is better in this revision, but the central arch is also a lot of solid black. One idea I hope you might try, though I'm not sure I will like it or not until I see it: Start with the second picture down on our "Liturgy" tab on the website--it is a picture of our altar and reredos (the stone altar carving that rises up along the wall). Could you include a basic outline of the altar/reredos in white (like you've done with the woodwork) within the central black arch? And maybe the central cross and the medallion near the top that would unify it with the architecture? Anyway, I'd also love to see a totally different idea if you have one and are interested.
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  • Still not.
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  • Still not working for me.
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  • Same comments apply here as on #12
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  • I don't like the script. Too elegant. I think using a vestige of the building is an interesting idea, but this doesn't quite work for me. A little too much is missing.
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  • I like this. Another contender. I'm not sure about the font, however. Also I think the front door needs a little cleaning up. I'd like to see another idea from you too, if you have one.
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  • I am also submitting a version #11 with darker colours and crayon-like strokes to make it look hand-drawn so as to keep in line with the original church illustration on your website, but still trying to give it a more modern look. Hope you like it.
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  • Dear CH, thanks for your feedback. I am submitting another version #10 of my previous design, based on your feedback. I have not used gradients or shadows on the church illustration to ensure large format printing is OK. I look forward to your feedback!
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  • Dear CH, I have just entered a revision to my first design, #9 I hope you like it, feedback is appreciated! Thanks!
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  • Again, I like the effort, but just doesn't work for me. Not elegant enough.
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  • Don't like birds, musical notes, or family. Doesn't work all together. Maybe choose one direction a go with it.
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  • This is ok. Don't like trees. Don't need to use both red and blue and black. Maybe with blue or red alone. Needs to be cleaner and sharper to stand out to me.
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  • I like the effort here and the attempt to incorporate some meaningful symbols, but this version isn't working for me. It looks too cartoon-ish to me. And too many colors.
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  • Not a bad design, but doesn't feel right for us. Looks too evangelical. Too generic. Nothing specific to our parish.
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  • Not the feel of our church at all. All visual cues are off target. Don't like font.
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  • Not the feel of our church at all. All visual cues are off target. Don't like font.
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    2. 1+ years ago
  • I like this. I think it needs a little cleaning up--there is a bulge on the left side of the central arch. It might use a couple of other tweaks, but I don't know how to communicate it. Is there too much solid black in the roof? Not sure. But i am pretty sure this will be a contender.
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  • Could you try the church in a color as close as you can get to the actual stone? You can see a picture on our website under the "welcome" tab at the bottom.
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