DriftRoot wrote:Pwolf wrote:DriftRoot wrote:
Comparing the two logos side by side, how does last year's look "more mature and serious" and less angry and more reserved than this year's? Are you saying I/my logo are "old" and need to step aside for the younger, hipper crowd?!
He's referring to the community not the logo itself.
I'm AWARE he's referring to the community's vibe, however Pas saidand I was attempting to follow-through on this statement by jumping to conclusion that the characters therefore bore some resemblance to the logos above and beyond being blue and orange-based, respectively. Guess I didn't make that part clear enough.Thanks to Driftroot and pink haze for creating the logos to base these character off.
This is my take on the subject; and since I have nothing to do with the logos or -tans take my thoughts with heaps of skepticism. The 2008-09 logo is blue, which is generally thought of as 'cool' and associated with more mature or aloof characters (examples: Rei from Evangelion, Tabitha from Zero no Tsukaima, Natsuki from My-Hime, Yue from Negima!, Ami from Sailor Moon). The primary color of the 2009-10 logo is orange, which is though of as 'warm' or 'hot' (related to red) and associated with less mature, spontaneous, hot-blooded, often argumentative characters (examples: Asuka from Evangelion, Mai from My-Hime, Asuna from Negima!, Nami from One Piece, and of course, Ichigo from Bleach).