[LLVMdev] LLVM Logo

Nick Lewycky nicholas at mxc.ca
Fri Jul 31 23:49:18 PDT 2009

As a heads-up, I think you used inkscape to open the Dragon.ai file, or 
at least something with the same bugs: the gradients are wrong. This is 
most obvious on the top of the dragon's head; in the original image it's 
all near-white, while in yours it goes all the way to black. This 
affects the image in a lot of different areas though that's the most 

I haven't found a tool that handles this file correctly. Please do try 
to preserve the original dragon when doing your reduced versions!


Andreas Neustifter wrote:
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> Hi,
> Albert Graef wrote:
>> Andreas Neustifter wrote:
>>> Well it does look not too good the text is getting to small in this
>>> case, what do you think of this 128x128 version?
>> Hmm, that one has its left wing cut off, that wreaks havoc on the symmetry.
>> The 136x136 version at http://llvm.org/Logo.html seems perfect for
>> websites, though. It only lacks the text. What font did you use?
> I used the default Ubuntu Serif font. This font is used to render the
> LLVM Homepage in Firefox on my boxes so it speaks LLVM to me.
> I made a couple of sizes at
> http://web.student.tuwien.ac.at/~e0325716/llvmlogo.html
> The smaller sizes feature only her head as suggested by Felipe. The
> smallest size has Helvetica instead of Serif to have a sharper outline
> of the characters.
> Andi
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