How Logo Can You Go?

Logo created by Shane McElveen

Which Came First? The Chicken or the Pen?

As much as I’ve always loved the original rustic chicken logo created nine years ago by a friend, I felt it was time for an update.  Even though I’m not an artist, and clumsy at creating graphics, I’ve successfully created a new logo for The Little Red Pen, and am very pleased with it.

I used DesignEvo, an online logo maker that even I can understand and use. The process didn’t take long at all. I searched for “pen” in their template library and found a cute stubby pen making a swooshy line.  I played with fonts and wording, and found a rich red in the color pallet. And viola, here it is. My new logo.
After creating my logo, I chose to purchase the premium package, offered when I indicated I was ready to download my work.  I received a .zip file containing the logo in .jpg format, along with a high resolution 5000×5000 version. There’s also regular and transparent png files. There’s even vector files. I have a logo file for every occasion. 🙂

Besides the premium package, there’s a basic package that’s also a good value.  And if you’re willing to give credit to DesignEvo at your website or in social media, you can even download your creation for free.

Now you go play, and see what you can make! I’d love to see your new logo.

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The Weekend Left A Good Impression

It’s been an extraordinarily rainy weekend. Rainy and windy, which means that all the windows facing south and east are providing a rather impressionistic view of the world.  This hazy, beautiful view inspired some watching of Amazon Prime videos to learn more about Paul Durand-Ruel, an avid believer in the Impressionist art movement, at a time when they were scorned, mocked and slandered by most of Europe. I was rather cheered to learn that America gave that particular art movement heaps of support and love—something that Europe couldn’t be arsed to do. Continue reading “The Weekend Left A Good Impression”

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Drive, She Said

My desktop computer, Scoundrel, is under the weather. His hard drive took a nosedive a few days back, and it will be a bit before the scurvy lad is back up and dancing. In the meantime, I have my laptop. As nice and helpful as it is, it doesn’t have my Outlook files on it, so there’s a lot of reference info I can’t get at right now, and that means I can’t get my monthly Postcards From Industralia newsletter out. Also, the laptop isn’t mighty enough to run Second Life, so I’ll be missing my storytelling hour tonight (again). I won’t lose any data because we are careful about backups and redundancies, but it is an inconvenience. Continue reading “Drive, She Said”

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Potato Salad My Way

This is my favorite way to make potato salad. I know I break the rules by dicing the potatoes before cooking them, but really, why should I mangle a soft, warm, potato when I can get that step cleanly done before the cooking? It makes more sense to me.  Be sure to read through the entire recipe before starting, so you can gather together your ingredients and equipment.  Hope you like this! Continue reading “Potato Salad My Way”

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