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JAS842,673 posts since 26 Aug 2010
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
I see that the initial reaction to BBC One's new look was all negative. And someone even vandalised Wikipedia saying that the balloons were coming back. What if they did? And what if they used other retro idents, like BBC Two does, rebadged with the current wordmark?
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Mirror globe. I deleted the bottom strap from the 1969 ident, and recoloured it from blue to red. They could also use white on red.
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COW. Could probably be recoloured to red, but doing so the way I did the mirror globe would've also recoloured the gold parts.
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And a balloon ident.

Happy new year!
Justin286 posts since 9 Oct 2014
BBC World
The logo is far too big for a starter. The COW and the earlier globes are nice to look at but they're woefully out of date at this point, even compared to BBC2. If they wanted I'm sure both could be done in CGI, but the original footage of the balloon would probably be hideous upscaled to HD (still better than what they just introduced). Would still love to see a globe ident, something like this
New Zealand isn't that far away!
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JAS842,673 posts since 26 Aug 2010
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
The logo is far too big for a starter. The COW and the earlier globes are nice to look at but they're woefully out of date at this point, even compared to BBC2. If they wanted I'm sure both could be done in CGI, but the original footage of the balloon would probably be hideous upscaled to HD (still better than what they just introduced). Would still love to see a globe ident, something like this
Too big? It's been that big before. 70s Futura and the COW had equally tall lettering. I also thought that smaller text would leave too much blank space.
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Do you prefer this?

A CG, widescreen version of the mirror globe already exists - they used it to introduce Life on Mars.
channelsurfer67 posts since 26 Oct 2015
I was wondering how long it would be until a mock like this popped up.

Go back and spend some more time on this because right now this looks like a five minute job..you'd be surprised what a bit more time can do for the quality of a mock