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Plata Argentina

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    I hardly believe you listen to any of my advice and sources I provided for you to study

    Like the one video the guy clearly says about having a 'clean and sober brand'

     

    Explain why (in detail) you think so.

    Now, this font is terrible because the 'L' and the 'T' on 'Plata' are so thin that they look like an 'i'; the text position is so poorly adjusted that the thin 'T' that looks like an 'i' aligned to the door frame looks like an 'L'; the two stylized 'A's combined together can look like an 'M'; the 'R' is almost indistinguishable, it could a 'B' or a 'D' and the 'G' could be misinterpreted as an 'O', but these two aren't the worse in here, so I'll let them pass; and then we have an 'E' so thin that looks like an 'i' a 'T' that looks like an 'i' and an actual 'i'. So you have an airline called 'Pial Mrginiia'. That's how people will understand your brand at first sight.

     

    I won't get into the design as a whole and how generic it is to have a blue airline with a Sol de Mayo logo in Argentina, but I just want to point out that, besides the crappy font, you screw the text position so that you could put a giant logo on the fuselage, a billboard logo, while on the tail, the place where you have space for a big logo, with no text, just logo, you put a small logo almost the same size of the engine one. You didn't even need the billboard logo on the fuselage, but yet you did this atrocious thing.

    Eu dificilmente acredito que você ouve qualquer um dos meus conselhos e fontes que forneci para você estudar

    Como aquele vídeo, o cara diz claramente sobre ter uma 'marca limpa e sóbria'

     

    Agora, essa fonte é terrível porque o 'L' e o 'T' em 'Plata' são tão finos que parecem um 'i'; a posição do texto está tão mal ajustada que o fino 'T' que se parece com um 'i' alinhado com a moldura da porta se parece com um 'L'; os dois 'A's estilizados combinados podem parecer um' M '; o 'R' é quase indistinguível, pode ser um 'B' ou um 'D' e o 'G' pode ser mal interpretado como um 'O', mas esses dois não são os piores aqui, então vou deixá-los passar; e então temos um 'E' tão fino que se parece com um 'i' um 'T' que se parece com um 'i' e um 'i' real. Então você tem uma companhia aérea chamada 'Pial Mrginiia'. É assim que as pessoas entenderão sua marca à primeira vista.

     

    Não vou entrar no design como um todo e como é genérico ter uma companhia aérea azul com o logotipo da Sol de Mayo na Argentina, mas quero apenas ressaltar que, além da fonte ruim, você altera a posição do texto então que você poderia colocar um logotipo gigante na fuselagem, um logotipo outdoor, enquanto na cauda, ​​o lugar onde você tem espaço para um logotipo grande, sem texto, apenas logotipo, você coloca um logotipo pequeno quase do mesmo tamanho do motor 1. Você nem precisava do logotipo do outdoor na fuselagem, mas ainda assim fez essa coisa atroz.

     

    First of all, I will thank you for your feedback and advice.
     
    About my post
     
    I replied to the other member that I am going to modify the typography (although I read what I typed without difficulty).
    You wrote this lot of stuff too much to make it look like the font choice "killed" all the design I did, in general.
     
    Okay, I understand your point, and I will try not to repeat it again.
     
    In some previous works I have not used fonts as "illegible" anymore.
     
     
    And what is generic about using "Sol de Mayo" in livery?
    If the airline is from Argentina, then it is obvious that I will use something that refers to the country's flag and colors.
     
    Isn't that what you always say?
    Now I did not understand...
     
    Note: Before you say that Uruguay also uses the "Sol de Mayo" in the painting, also remember that the blue tone of the flag is darker.

    1st: That font is un-READABLE , CHANGE IT
    2nd: That tail logo is awfully small and should be bigger IMO
    3rd: I don't think the sun logo should be on the fuselage
    4th: RR Logo on engine should be White
    5th: That belly should be logo
    6th: That blue should be a bit more vibrant and it's very bland as a  belly color.


    1. Ok, I can change the font, it seemed readable to me ...

    2. If I go to increase the sun, I will lose that style of "flag" that I wanted to put on the tail

    3. Why do you think that?
    Egyptair also placed the horus logo on the front of the fuselage.

    4. Ok, I will change that too.

    5. I didn't understand that.

    6. So, do you think I'd better darken the shade of blue?

    And what is generic about using "Sol de Mayo" in livery?

    If the airline is from Argentina, then it is obvious that I will use something that refers to the country's flag and colors.
     
    Isn't that what you always say?
    Now I did not understand...

    You can make a livery relating to a country without being generic. You simply slapped the Argentinian flag onto the template. it looks more like a government aircraft than an airline carrier. Your previous post (which I believe you deleted, even though it was good looking and better than this one) had the same concept: Argentinian brand, flag pattern, blue, Sol de Mayo. How original. Look at Aerolíneas Argentinas for instance, they are a flag carrier, they can represent Argentina in many ways, but they don't necessarily have to have the flag slapped onto their aircraft.

     

    First of all, I will thank you for your feedback and advice.
     
    About my post
     
    I replied to the other member that I am going to modify the typography (although I read what I typed without difficulty).
    You wrote this lot of stuff too much to make it look like the font choice "killed" all the design I did, in general.
     
    Okay, I understand your point, and I will try not to repeat it again.
     
    In some previous works I have not used fonts as "illegible" anymore.
     
     
    And what is generic about using "Sol de Mayo" in livery?
    If the airline is from Argentina, then it is obvious that I will use something that refers to the country's flag and colors.
     
    Isn't that what you always say?
    Now I did not understand...
     
    Note: Before you say that Uruguay also uses the "Sol de Mayo" in the painting, also remember that the blue tone of the flag is darker.

     

    Please don't call "Sol de Mayo" that sun icon that you found out there, really. this is the "Sol de Mayo"

    Sol_de_Mayo_Bandera_Argentina.pngAnd regarding livery, I'm going to give you some tips:

     
    The tail design can work, if you shorten the lines so that they end in the belly it would do much better and with respect to the sun change it, try to put aside the "Arcade" liveries and try to look at the real ones.
     
    If you want help regarding Argentine culture and design that can be adjusted to the country you can consult me, I have a lot of knowledge because, I am Argentine.

    Honestly, Southair was so, so much better than this...

    Please don't call "Sol de Mayo" that sun icon that you found out there, really. this is the "Sol de Mayo"Sol_de_Mayo_Bandera_Argentina.png


    It's just an icon, it doesn't have to be exactly the same ...