The BibleRhymes logo, as with anything produced by BibleRhymes, is subject to continuous improvement. If things aren’t getting better, they are staying the same or getting worse. So whether it is a character in a BibleRhymes story, a line of poetry in a book, the logo, or website—areas to improve upon are always being taken into consideration.
Original BibleRhymes Logo
New vs. Old
Sometimes originals are the best. Most of us can think of a great movie that was followed up by a less than stellar sequel. Popular soft-drinks have come out with new formulas to replace originals. New isn’t always improved as this story of New Coke shows. New actors replace old ones for certain parts. Could anyone ever replace Sylvester Stallone as Rocky? I sure hope not.
Logos can be redesigned in significant ways, or the changes can be small enough that only the designer really notices. As with much in life, changes can have a million people cheering them on, or that many people giving thumbs down. The changes for the BibleRhymes logo were not giant. And I’m hoping for the million people cheering the new look on. But if your thumbs go down to the end result, please share why.
Over the next few days I’ll be posting new pictures I’ve been working on (for BibleRhymes and other children’s books that I’ve been developing). Since I’m a part of BibleRhymes, I’m subject to continuous improvement as well. And with that being the case, I’ve taken tutorials to test myself and learn some new (for me) tricks of the artist’s trade. Each time I pick up my stylus, I want to learn to draw better, or create artwork of a higher quality. And that is what brought about change to the logo.
As I post the new pictures, I will update this post with links to them. With a new Goliath, a race-car driver, a fur-creature, and a rocket-ship, I appreciate what I’ve learned and I’m looking forward to sharing it. And I’m looking forward to using my new skills to make BibleRhymes online Bible stories better and better (even though I love them already)!