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Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« on: 28. June 2013, 23:17:18 »
SteveOW suggested that BrowserBasic could use a logo.
So, since I can't draw a crooked line I am hoping that someone here could come up with a logo.
The winning design's author gets .... uhm... the winner gets... to know that their design was the winning one. :P

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #1 on: 29. June 2013, 09:49:52 »
Yes, of course, here's a breakfast-cereals-gay-style logo :)



I'm just messing with ya, since this basic of yours'll kick naalaa's ass on the web ;)

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #2 on: 29. June 2013, 10:14:38 »
Hardcore-heavy-metal-basic?


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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #3 on: 29. June 2013, 10:38:52 »
Yes, of course, here's a breakfast-cereals-gay-style logo :)

I'm just messing with ya, since this basic of yours'll kick naalaa's ass on the web ;)
Haha, (C) by the KELLOG company ...
BTW, Marcus, what programs do you use for image manipulation (aside from NaaLaa)?
« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 10:55:03 by Cybermonkey »
Best regards,
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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #4 on: 29. June 2013, 10:56:06 »
Or you can use naalaa and the image manipulation lib to generate a logo :)

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import "ImageManipulation.lib"

constant:
LOGO_IMG    0
TEXTURE_IMG 1
hidden:

rem Create font.
create font 0, "arial", 72, true

rem Create texture with the midpoint displacement thingie.
proc MD_GenerateImage TEXTURE_IMG, 129, 1.0, 0.1, 3
proc Blur TEXTURE_IMG, 16, true

rem Create logo image.
create image LOGO_IMG, 416, 72

set image LOGO_IMG
set color 255, 255, 255
wln "BrowserBasic"
proc MakeColorTransparent LOGO_IMG, 0, 0, 0
proc PatternFill LOGO_IMG, TEXTURE_IMG
proc Bevel LOGO_IMG, 2, 2, 200
proc Multiply LOGO_IMG, 1.0, 1.0, 1.2
proc ChangeBrightness LOGO_IMG, 24
proc ChangeContrast LOGO_IMG, 1.2
proc DropShadow LOGO_IMG, 4, 2, 2, 0, 0, 0, 200



set image primary
set color 255, 255, 255
cls
draw image 0, 100, 100

wait keydown


rem ==================================================================
rem Generate image. contrast and smooth should both be in the
rem range [0..1].
rem ==================================================================
procedure MD_GenerateImage(img, size, contrast#, smooth#, seed)
a#[][] = MD_Generate(size, contrast, smooth, seed)
create image img, size, size
set image img
for y = 0 to size - 1
for x = 0 to size - 1
i = int(a[x][y]*255.0)
set color i, i, i
set pixel x, y
next
next
set image primary
endproc

rem ==================================================================
rem Generate array with elements in the range [0..1].
rem ==================================================================
function MD_Generate#[][](size, contrast#, smooth#, seed)
randomize seed
contrast = min#(contrast, 1.0)
contrast = max#(contrast, 0.0)
smooth = min#(smooth, 1.0)
smooth = max#(smooth, 0.0)
smooth = 1.0 - smooth
md#[size][size]
md[0][0] = 0.5 + contrast*float(rnd(100))*0.01 - contrast*0.5
md[size - 1][0] = 0.5 + contrast*float(rnd(100))*0.01 - contrast*0.5
md[size - 1][size - 1] = 0.5 + contrast*float(rnd(100))*0.01 - contrast*0.5
md[0][size - 1] = 0.5 + contrast*float(rnd(100))*0.01 - contrast*0.5
proc MD_Rec md, 0, 0, size - 1, size - 1, contrast, smooth
return md
endfunc

rem ==================================================================
rem Recursive step.
rem ==================================================================
procedure MD_Rec(&md#[][], xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax, contrast#, smooth#)
if xmax - xmin <= 1 then return
if ymax - ymin <= 1 then return
hw = (xmin + xmax)/2
hh = (ymin + ymax)/2
md[hw][hh] = (md[xmin][ymin] + md[xmax][ymin] + md[xmax][ymax] + md[xmin][ymax])*0.25 + contrast*float(rnd(100))*0.01 - contrast*0.5
md[hw][hh] = max#(md[hw][hh], 0.0)
md[hw][hh] = min#(md[hw][hh], 1.0)
md[xmin][hh] = (md[xmin][ymin] + md[xmin][ymax])*0.5
md[xmax][hh] = (md[xmax][ymin] + md[xmax][ymax])*0.5
md[hw][ymin] = (md[xmin][ymin] + md[xmax][ymin])*0.5
md[hw][ymax] = (md[xmin][ymax] + md[xmax][ymax])*0.5
proc MD_Rec md, xmin, ymin, hw, hh, contrast*smooth, smooth
proc MD_Rec md, hw, ymin, xmax, hh, contrast*smooth, smooth
proc MD_Rec md, xmin, hh, hw, ymax, contrast*smooth, smooth
proc MD_Rec md, hw, hh, xmax, ymax, contrast*smooth, smooth
endproc

« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 11:06:57 by Mopz »

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #5 on: 29. June 2013, 11:09:34 »
Yes, of course, here's a breakfast-cereals-gay-style logo :)

I'm just messing with ya, since this basic of yours'll kick naalaa's ass on the web ;)
Haha, (C) by the KELLOG company ...
BTW, Marcus, what programs do you use for image manipulation (aside from NaaLaa)?

I always use the GIMP. But I don't like the latest version.

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #6 on: 29. June 2013, 12:56:38 »
When I google "BrowserBasic" it throws up a lot of chaff.
Maybe some kind of theme emphasising the initials "BB" "BeeBee" a pair of Bees? "BaaBaa"
A picture of Bridget Bardot might be going too far.
Depends who you are trying to attract I suppose. :)

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #7 on: 29. June 2013, 13:56:24 »
Yeeaaah ...



... sorry :) Too many beers.
« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 14:04:05 by Mopz »

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #8 on: 29. June 2013, 14:43:01 »
Enter [stage right] BROWSO !!!
the BrowserBasic.bee
</HTML> and {ja'script;}
have made him quite.angree
« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 19:21:46 by SteveOW »

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #9 on: 29. June 2013, 14:49:29 »
I like the heavy metal one by Mopz.
If it is ok with him I'll start with using that one.

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Or you can use naalaa and the image manipulation lib to generate a logo
NaaLaa is quite powerful and versatile.

I did not take into account any search engine results when going with the name BrowserBasic.
But, in time, it will trickle through and infiltrate the internet.
« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 14:55:52 by Guilect »

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #10 on: 29. June 2013, 17:09:50 »
Logo:



Smaller icon:



Looks better on a white background. :)
« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 17:14:47 by Tomaaz »

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #11 on: 29. June 2013, 17:30:47 »
@Tomaaz
I like yours too.
I think i could use both yours and Mopz's.
Okay to do so?

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #12 on: 29. June 2013, 17:32:50 »
Okay to do so?

Sure. That's why I made it. :)

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #13 on: 29. June 2013, 19:43:54 »
Here're some combinations (png this time):







« Last Edit: 29. June 2013, 20:01:38 by Mopz »

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Re: Looking for a logo for BrowserBasic
« Reply #14 on: 29. June 2013, 20:36:00 »
What about the name "The Bro Basic" :)
I've just looked for other names like Brob in google image and and found these ones, the second one is nice because suggests a toy and portability, I think it is from an independent artisan.