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if I had to pick one to use "as is" I would go with #4. I think the leaf in #12 has the most potential and maybe the tree in #8. Most of the rest look too much like clip art.


"brushcut" or a similar font with #12 maybe?
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Thanks Steve and Shadrach! I think everyone is right about #4! Thanks alot guys!! I was thinking about maybe incorperating the leaf from #12 into #4, and was wondering what you all thought about that? Sorry for asking alot about it, but I think it plays a big roll in how people view you, and I just want to make sure I can accomplish that with all the guys and gals out there that have done this! Thanks again everyone!
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#2 and #8 I like the best of them.
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Thanks Steve and Shadrach! I think everyone is right about #4! Thanks alot guys!! I was thinking about maybe incorperating the leaf from #12 into #4, and was wondering what you all thought about that? Sorry for asking alot about it, but I think it plays a big roll in how people view you, and I just want to make sure I can accomplish that with all the guys and gals out there that have done this! Thanks again everyone!

I'm not seeing it. The "leaf" and the "curvy lines" would be competing elements. One or the other is my suggestion. (Note that it can't hurt to try it though)

It's hard visualizing it when the images aren't visible without going back and forth and clicking on them, but I can't think of a GOOD way to incorporate the leaf into #4 without it becoming "confusing".

Some people may feel that the "wavy lines" do not immediately shout "LAWN CARE!", and to an extent, this is true. However, the name is large and clear enough that it sort of "balances things out".
I see the "lines" as a representation of "rolling hills" or "the ground" (so to speak), and if people see your logo enough, in time, that graphic ALONE (without any text) will be recognized as "yours".

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Thanks hedge, That is a great point! Do you think any colors should be changed in #4? Like in the colors for the name, using #5 for the name?
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Thanks hedge, That is a great point! Do you think any colors should be changed in #4? Like in the colors for the name, using #5 for the name?

Here. I just cut the two apart and shifted some things real quick just to give you one idea.
I don't have the font used for "LANDCARE", but it may make more sense to use that font for "SUPERIOR EDGE" since "landcare" is more of a "descriptive" word that follows your "main" name. (Maybe try swapping the fonts used)
I also replaced the brown in the top "wave" with a bright green as used in the text.

Like I said. Once you choose "one", there is still a chance you will do some revisions. Lots of options.

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That looks AWESOME hedge! Me likey!!! Thanks alot for doing that! I think you hit the nail on the head. I will take your advice on the fonts too Thanks alot...I appreciate all your help and time!!
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