Topic: Request: GWlog 2008 Logo? (Read 257 times)

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Back around January or February of 2008 Gamingw.net held a contest for a logo that would be displayed on the GWLog (blog).

One of the entries was of a Lego man dressed in a business suit in a blue and white color scheme while holding the letters G and W in each hand respectively. I remember this entry specifically because I was rather disappointed that it didn't win. Would anyone know where I can find this graphic or how I would go about contacting the user who created it?


Thank you.

Last Edit: December 09, 2010, 07:41:28 am by LordBlueRouge
I could be over critical, but I think you could re-do the story to sound less boring and more interesting for people to read. It's like, a wall of boring events that nobody cares enough to read.
It would be better to strive for the 'essence' of what you are trying to depict, and not think in a practical or literal sense. Just think about the origin of what you want to direct what you want your audience to feel.
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Unless someone has a backup of old GA you are unlikely to find the artist. As far as I can determine most people that were involved in that aren't around anymore.
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Unless someone has a backup of old GA you are unlikely to find the artist. As far as I can determine most people that were involved in that aren't around anymore.

Yeah Sadly GA Died out and ended up being merged into one with music creation and literature.. I do got some old shit though, so give me a day or two to get back to you on if i have it just chillin or what.
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Udpate: So after some searching I found out our mysterious artist's username and profile. I believe his name is "Dale Gobbler" formerly known as "Aztec". So I contacted him but apparently the last time he logged in was around the end of November 2010. If anyone knows of him personally or know of another way I can contact him, please let me know immediately.

I would really like this logo guys. I'm willing to pay him at least 100 to 400 for it.
I could be over critical, but I think you could re-do the story to sound less boring and more interesting for people to read. It's like, a wall of boring events that nobody cares enough to read.
It would be better to strive for the 'essence' of what you are trying to depict, and not think in a practical or literal sense. Just think about the origin of what you want to direct what you want your audience to feel.
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For 100-400 I will gladly re-create you a shittie-----better version!
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i might have the logo somewhere but i dunno how to contact aztec. :-(
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Update: Here's his profile,

http://www.saltw.net/index.php?action=profile;u=37054

and Deviant Art page,

http://aztechnical.deviantart.com/


Here's the banner for said contest.





http://Aztechnical.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d1khl65

but no logo :-/. I'm still willing to pay Aztec or I guess, anyone who happens to find said logo. So let me know if you guys find anything else.
I could be over critical, but I think you could re-do the story to sound less boring and more interesting for people to read. It's like, a wall of boring events that nobody cares enough to read.
It would be better to strive for the 'essence' of what you are trying to depict, and not think in a practical or literal sense. Just think about the origin of what you want to direct what you want your audience to feel.