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I'd avoid using Photoshop to be honest. Ultimately, vector software is better for logos. One possible approach would be to draw everything with the Pen Tool (B├ęzier Tool) using an isometric grid, and snap to grid, and then fill each shape with the required colour. This would work using almost any vector software. In fact it's quite possible that this is ...


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It can be replicted by using hexagons and rectangles as guides. Have a good quality bitmap image in the bottom as your reference. Lock it to keep it unmovable during the work. Do the job in Illustrator or other vector drawing program to get a freely scalable version. In the next image the reference is my bad copy of copy of your screenshot It's not even ...


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