Cartoon logos and mascot logos are typically a lot more detailed than regular logos - so they take more time and are therefore more expensive.
When does a logo qualify as a "cartoon" or a "mascot logo"?
Here's a borderline logo:
Is this a cartoon logo?
Normally with borderline logos we rule
in your favor. This one is not too detailed, so you can get a logo like this with the Silver
or Gold packages.
But not one like this:
This is an all-out cartoon logo (with
shading etc.). To get a logo like this, you would need to order the
But wait, what about this one...
Well, there is a lot of detailed drawing
in this logo and it's cartoonish in style, but because we did not have to develop a cartoon character, we do not consider it a cartoon logo.
Here's another example to explain our
way of thinking:
Technically you could call this a cartoon
logo, but it's a fairly simple design so you can definitely get
one like this with the Silver or Gold packages. If that running
guy also had to have a face, it would become borderline. If he had
to have a face, a briefcase in one hand, a stack of paper in the
other and snake skin boots, that would upgrade it to a cartoon logo and therefore require the Platinum package.
If you're not sure which package is
right for you, please send us an email
and explain what you have in mind. We'll get back to you in under
1 business day.
If you are specifically looking for a cartoon logo, you should also have a look at our CartoonBall.com web site which is specifically geared towards cartoon logo design.