Before now, my logo was simply my name. I wanted to create a mark incorporating my initials. I had been mulling over ideas for a few weeks before finally taking them to the computer.
I had the idea to put the k and n in a circle as negative space, back to back and color the circles in different shades already drawn out beforehand. Once on the computer, I realized how much it looked like a sunrise over water on its side. So I turned it on its side and changed the colors.
Now it has more meaning than my name, a sunrise means the beginning of a new day. It means beautiful change. Much of what I do is change things to be better, whether it be an old logo or a blank page, I enjoy making the change.
Mix all ingredients (except almonds and parsley) well.
Place cheese mix onto a square of saran wrap or wax paper and form into a ball.
Refrigerate until cool (about 30 minutes).
Form into owl by making the top smaller than the bottom and using thumbs to squish out ears.
Roll in almonds and parsley, try to avoid the stomach.
Use a serrated knife to scrape the belly starting in a row at the bottom and moving toward the top - this will (hopefully) give the effect of belly feathers. Keep excess cheese for later.
Place the two circles of pepper jack where you want the eyes. Attach the olive slices to the middle by using some of the excess cheese.
Some of the slivered Almonds will still have skin on one side, use one or two for the beak.
Use the slivered almonds to embellish the forehead and ears and create wings. The back of the owl is just chopped nuts and parsley. Sorry I didn't get a side photo to show you the wings!
To create a wing, make a column of slivered almonds from the eye down the side of the belly and do a few shorter columns after that.
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