I’m excited to share with you a new addition to the Coghill Cartooning blog: a podcast! And to kick off the podcast, I am running a podcast series called “Cartoon Logos 101 For Clients” where I discuss all the topics a new or potential cartoon logo client might have, as well as some technical stuff, best practices tips, and legal info about copyrights and trademarks.
The series and the podcast kick off with Episode 1: “The Secret To Getting The Perfect Cartoon Logo“. You can listen in the browser, but even better you can just subscribe to the Cartoon Logos 101 podcast series on iTunes, or subscribe to the entire podcast on iTunes.
I set up the “Cartoon Logos 101” podcast series as a separate podcast so clients could just subscribe to the topics that pertain directly to them (iTunes • RSS).
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An in-depth, and hopefully not too boring discussion on what the vector art digital format is, and why it’s important for your cartoon logo to be created as vector art. I discuss the differences between vector art and raster art (also known as bitmap or pixel art).
You will learn why the resolution-independent format of vector art is far more ideal when it comes to logo illustrations.
You can read up further on this topic over at my vector art info and overview page. It also has some images with examples and comparisons of both types of digital art.
This is the third first podcast in my “Cartoon Logos 101 For Clients” podcast series, where I walk you through all aspects of creating a cartoon logo.
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