Every great logo has to start with the planning and development of ideas stage. This is to get all of your ideas out onto paper so that once you finally reach your desired logo, you will be happy with the end result because it will be the best it can possibly be.
First Draft Logo
Here is the time when you can feel free to write anything onto the paper as much of it isn’t going to find its way into the final draft. Be open and expressive with your ideas because any contribution is going to add to the quality of the logo so more the better.
Don’t be afraid of messing up because since you are drawing it with pencil, it is going to be very easy to erase parts you don’t like and touch up areas that need some work before the final draft.
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Making a Second Draft
Now it is time to get a little more serious about what your final logo is going to look like. Are you happy with the overall shape and structure of the design? This is the time to work out any problems with it as it will be difficult to go back once you start adding more minute details to the project.
If you can say without a shadow of a doubt that the logo is up to your standards for the design purpose of its creation then you are doing great. Go ahead and sit back to think about how you imagine the logo looking in the final stage. Ask yourself if the idea is going to make your client happy and if the answer is yes then you can move onto the final step of wrapping up the design and making final touch ups.
Finishing the Design
With every project you do there is a beginning, middle and end. The last step in creating a beautiful logo for your customer is getting the concept into show quality condition. This means that every single aspect of the drawing needs to be crisp and look like it was added there on purpose.
In this stage there is no room for symbols that look haphazard or messy as it could reflect badly on your client. If everything is in order than you can wrap up the symbols as your customer is eagerly awaiting the final product. Congratulations you have completed your first design and should feel proud!