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I am new into graphic design and I saw so many logos presented with a grid like this: https://prnt.sc/26bhsd4

I wanted all my logos to be shown like this grid, can someone guide me to a tutorial please

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  • Welcome! I'm not sure you need a "tutorial". If you can create a logo, you can surely draw dashed lined and ellipses. That'a ll it is. Possibly related, if not a duplicate: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/85011/…
    – Scott
    Jan 8 at 19:19
  • Ideally it should be the other way around. You first create a logo using some kind of grid, making sure distances are equal, that elements align, angles are similar, circular parts correspond to each other and so on. Then you can make a version of your logo with those grid lines and considerations visualized to show how you have constructed the logo. These kind of presentations don't always make sense and you will find many examples online where lots of strange lines are added just to make it look cool and give the impression that the designer has put a lot of work into the logo. 😀
    – Wolff
    Jan 9 at 11:28
  • Take your logo... Draw a grid... I am not sure what you need, what our logos look like. The tools you know how to use, or have, or even if you want to draw them on paper.
    – Rafael
    Jan 9 at 12:25
  • Does this answer your question? Logo Grid Design Jan 9 at 15:29

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