I have done up a rough sketch of what I would like my business logo to look like. I have attached 2 photos.
Here is a bit of a breakdown of my thoughts , your input would also be appreciated.
I want the logo to have corn plants on the LH side of the logo, planted in the soil. Larger ones on the left and getting smaller in size as they get closer to the name. I think 4 or 5 stalks will be a good amount to get the transition from full grown down to a baby plant.
I would like the name To be 'GreenTechAg' with no spaces but separated by the capital letters.
I'm thinking the words to be green in colour ( john Deere green) with a black outline. See how that looks or might even try the words to be yellow with a black out line? Will be able to tell when I have a comparison of the 2 colours.
I would like a tractor after the name and of course in john Deere colours. Green body and bonnet, black grille, blacked out RH window, black tractor tyres with JD yellow rims.
I would like the tractor connected to the name as if the name is an implement and the tractor is pulling it through the ground which is making the corn grow.
If you that makes sense !?
The second photo attached is of the name but with ripper tines connected to the G, T and A. As if it's a proper implement, but that is just a maybe, it might look funny or it might look awesome, won't know until I have a comparison between the 2.. As for the soil I'm not sure if it should be brown? Or just have the ground as a straight black line...?
This is the basic design I am chasing and thought if possible could you guys do me up a prototype to see , and include the different variables that I mentioned?