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Ordering my 7x14 this week! I've worked on the interior layout with Sketchup and now I'm on to the lettering design.

I'm using my logo in it and trying to give a little something extra also. First is a photo of my t-shirt design I am using, just so you can see how my logo is without any extra flare.

http://i378.photobucket.com/albums/...nstruction/RLStshirtlogonobox_zps089f30f5.jpg


Here is what I have come up with for the trailer design. My trailer is going to be a light silver and I'm thinking the color of the lettering will be some sort of burnt orange.

(This is not the final color of the decals)

http://i378.photobucket.com/albums/...onstruction/RLSTrailerExample_zps5209ff86.jpg


What do you all think? I like it because it's not to flashy but the stripe around the entire trailer should help it stand out.
 

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Black looks too generic. Like the black line foods from years ago. I like the orange but not for the lower lettering, make that a different color. I would draw it up without the strip going all the way to the back. Too busy and they won't see anything.
 

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A combination of the Orange and black will be unique and eye catching. Use tha Orange as an accent so as it fades it doesn't look ****ty and the main info is still.visible.
I second this one. Just be careful so that it doesn't look like Halloween. :thumbsup:
 

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It's supposed to be wood grain. Although I'm really concerned about it being known as wood grain. More or less as something to brand my logo with.

It doesn't always have to relate necessarily kind of like the Nike swoosh or something.
Looks like a finger print. Maybe elongate the grain a bit.
 
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