Original submission was rejected; second revision, which was an accidental reupload of the original, was understandably rejected; the third revision with changes from client's feedback still stands. I doubt I have a chance, but the deadline was extended 4 days. I might refine some things.

Original submission was rejected; second revision, which was an accidental reupload of the original, was understandably rejected; the third revision with changes from client's feedback still stands. I doubt I have a chance, but the deadline was extended 4 days. I might refine some things.

DesignCrowd drama. The site makes a little painful for new users to get designs and design revisions accross to clients, as the first few submissions must go through moderation. Why can't they simply be withdrawn if I make a mistake? I accidentally sent 2 of the same one, corrected by submitting the correct file according to the client's feedback, and all of them were declined by mods for "spamming the same design". Very frustrating, especially since the deadline was drawing near as I made…

DesignCrowd drama. The site makes a little painful for new users to get designs and design revisions accross to clients, as the first few submissions must go through moderation. Why can't they simply be withdrawn if I make a mistake? I accidentally sent 2 of the same one, corrected by submitting the correct file according to the client's feedback, and all of them were declined by mods for "spamming the same design". Very frustrating, especially since the deadline was drawing near as I made…

Updated logo, complying with the client's desired changes. I've brightened up the dragon, created a cleaner path around the Chinese character and moved the red band to the opposite side.

Updated logo, complying with the client's desired changes. I've brightened up the dragon, created a cleaner path around the Chinese character and moved the red band to the opposite side.

Client's feedback notes. Only 3/5 stars?! I fully understand though; I'm aware of the many kinks and oddities in how it looks that I can't attend to with the deadline being today. I shall, however, attend to these simple concerns quickly.

I fully understand though; I'm aware of the many kinks and oddities in how it looks that I can't attend to with the deadline being today. I shall, however, attend to these simple concerns quickly.

The completed logo. I'm awful at using colour, but nevertheless I'm happy with the result (the dragon's head, at the very least, is probably the strongest element). However, I'm prepared for comments calling it tasteless and poorly designed. I see many faults with proportions, and the layout makes the text unclear and almost secondary to everything else.

Updated logo, complying with the client's desired changes. I've brightened up the dragon, created a cleaner path around the Chinese character and moved the red band to the opposite side.

All vectorised elements put together. I feel I have attained a very strong handle on the pen tool now. I'm using the Live Paint tool to fill areas with colour. Since it's intended to be a patch, flat colours will do just fine.

All vectorised elements put together. I feel I have attained a very strong handle on the pen tool now. I'm using the Live Paint tool to fill areas with colour. Since it's intended to be a patch, flat colours will do just fine.

More vectorising progress.

More vectorising progress.

I'm going to refine and reduce the details a bit, as there are arguably far too many belly plates.

I'm going to refine and reduce the details a bit, as there are arguably far too many belly plates.

Vectorisation progress.

Vectorisation progress.

Progress on vectorising the arm. I like how cleanly the line weights taper and expand. A tedious process, but the result will look nice.

Progress on vectorising the arm. I like how cleanly the line weights taper and expand. A tedious process, but the result will look nice.

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