Ronald Graham Hiscock
Artist and Animator
One of the most popular requests I receive is for logo design. I enjoy doing it, even though I don't have a lot of time for it. While I include the final layout for the logo as part of the service, all I do is the art; the organization who contracted my services is in control of inserting the words in the appropriate font into the image.
These are examples of a variety of logos I have designed for Montreal groups and projects.
For a full-size view of the drawing (if available), click on the image.
This is the logo designed in 2002 for the Concordia University Pagan Society. This particular design was a real challenge, because the members wanted a selection of symbols representing a variety of alternative religions included, so as not to offend anyone. It's not the most snappy of logos, but it filled all the requisites. The original was done in ink over pencil on acid-free paper, and measured approximately 11 x 14 inches.
This is a beautifully rendered version of the logo I re-designed for the Crescent Moon School (now the Crescent Moon Spiritual Learning Centre). The original idea of the design was by Scarlet Cougar; this lovely computer version is by the ElixirEleven Design Foundry.
I was asked to design a logo for the Montreal Pagan Resource Centre in the summer of 2001. The only guideline given to me by the founders was that the logo had to express the idea of unity. This simple design has served as the MPRC/CRPM logo since that time. Recently, the MPRC ran a logo contest where this original logo was judged against new submissions proposed to replace it. By popular and democratic vote, this logo won out and continues to serve the MPRC. The original measures approximately 10 x 10 inches, and was done in pencil, then inked in black.
The MPRC logo also exists in full colour. The original art is approximately 10 x 10 inches, was done in pencil on acid-free paper, inked in black, and coloured with Prismacolor pencils.
In 2002 I drew the logo for WynterGreene, a new incarnation of Montreal's Magickal Circle magazine. The original measures approximately 6 x 6 inches and was done in pencil, then inked in black.
For samples of the following art styles, please click on the appropriate link:
Classical Animation Work
Concept Art and World Development
People and Characters
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