Subject: Re: logo?
To: Mark E. Perkins <email@example.com>
From: Thomas Bieg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/14/2007 18:26:36
Mark E. Perkins wrote:
> On 2007/07/12 18:21, Thomas Bieg wrote:
>> And here's a version that has the letters of "pkg" and "src" on
>> connected surfaces (and thus readable from the right perspectives):
> Warning: following is from a graphics-challenged user..
> This is cool. What if you lay out the surfaces like so:
> k g s
> r c
> This way you maintain the construction set and get readability in both 2-D and
> 3-D representations (the different colors for 'pkg' and 'src' surfaces make
> this look better than it does in ASCII... 8-) ).
I already tried that (with a slightly different layout), but didn't post
it 'cause I like the horizontal layout better.
But since you asked... ;-)
> And if the whole thing is
> rotated counter-clockwise by PI/4, but the letters remain vertical, something
> s c
> p g r
> you actually improve readability for 3-D w/o hurting for 2-D, IMO.
Good chance to dig out some ASCII art :)
/s \/c \
/\ /\ /\ /
/p \/g \/r \/
\ /\ /\ /
\/k \/ \/
I see your point in that, still I think it would look a bit too asymmetric
and cluttered (at least for my eyes). But I could try it nevertheless.