First of the year rough #pencil #sketch of a #horse head #design that will be made into a #logo design for sale. You can view more of my eqiunes ketches on my Facebook album Horse Drawings — Horse Drawings
Here is a quick pencil sketch of a horse running that I will make into finished vector line art that could be used as an equestrian buinsess logo design. I have tried to create a design with clean, slimple, and elegant, lines that flow well and have a sense of movement. I hope that I will be successful in all my goals in the final artwork.
I decided to give my business logo a bit of a refresher and picked a new font and color palette. I also made some slight changes to the logo itself. I choose five colors that I think look good together and that I love. I also made sure that the logo design worked well in a circle shape to work nicely with many of the social media sites that now sport a circle profie image.
I am working on my horse designs that are for sale and will be refreshing some of the designs with new colors and adding more branding items to create branding kits for horse business owners.
Feedback is welcome on this new project. Thank you! I am hoping for a good new year!
SOLD! Here is my latest horse logo design in rough pencil. I am now working on the final design on the computer. Design is of a high trotting horse with a flowing mane and feathered legs.
You can order your own custom horse logo design from Horse-Logos.com
Logo design created for a horse show for the awareness of breast cancer. Design is of a high-headed show horse with a ribbon. The logo graphic is displayed in glossy 3D gold on a 3D wooden trophy plaque.
Visit Horse-Logo.com for your next horse show graphic for show logos or trophies.
One of my newest horse designs. A bold trotting horse in a square design with some lovely warm colors. Would make a wonderful equine scarf design. Horse art by Joni Solis of Horse-Logos.com
I like the new logo graphic that OTTB now has. This logo design was created by Julie Magruder of Retired Racehorse Project.
I received the following message in my email:
Tell RRP What to Do Next! We had a magnificent Thoroughbred Makeover at Pimlico. Five thousand watched the Livestream at Bloodhorse.com, 10,480 voted in America’s Most Wanted Thoroughbred Contest, 700 attended in person, and we just reached 70,000 Facebook followers. What next? Please take five minutes to evaluate our programs, consider new ideas, and share your own thoughts at this simple online survey.
Click on RRP’s new OTTB graphic to take the survey Strategies to Promote Off-Track Thoroughbreds! OTTB Logo Final