I've done plenty more but these are my faves. I worked hardest on these.
The fanart/fanfic logos Mostyle consisted of the original series logos or parts of them, mainly because I wanted to give it that same feeling that people were entering the same world of the original characters, only either slightly different or a few years into the future.
KICS, The Winkhearts, Imaginations Jumpstart, The Chip Maker and The Seer are all of my original ideas (Seer without PnF). The Chipmunk Journals is the only crossover series with KICS. It takes place near the ending of the series. Many of my original characters make cameos. In my KICS storylines, the Chipmunks are replaced by original characters.
The Chipmunk Journals - The adventures of the Seville Brothers and their Children: every day to fantasy adventures, singing, dancing and everything in between. Every story ends with either Alvin, Simon or Theodore writing an entry in their journals (usually, it's Alvin). Sometimes, the children do the same. The everyday adventures tend to stretch from day-to-day lessons to serious matters such as losing a loved one, solving crimes (or sorta, considering Alvin's a part-time cop), and near-death situations where the characters are faced with life altering choices. First series I wrote that dealt with those matters. The fantasy adventures deal with the more KICS side of things, including the Brothers' duties as the Guardians of Unity (was briefly mentioned in my old deviations but I deleted them since. I may post them again, i dunno.)
The Lorax: Truffula Trove - Sequel Comic to the motion picture
Phineas and Ferb: Reinventing High School - The adventures in and out of high school involving the infamous stepbrothers, their friends and family, as well as the missions of their pet platypus.
Phineas' Biggest Idea Ever - RHS' first story
Raising Wilbur Robinson - Follows the adventures of Wilbur Robinson, his father Cornelius, his robot guardian C.A.R.L. and the rest of his family and friends. Most stories are set in and around Future City (or Todayland, whichever.). Deals with sci-fi adventures, everyday lessons. Themes like social ranking, child depression and losing a loved one are some of the few serious issues looked at.</b>
I also had a series for my Ratatouille stories called, very plainly, Remy Ratatouille, but I never fully designed a logo for it.
Ok. so yeah. The Chipmunk Journals will eventually be renamed for an original KICS mini series, but that won't happen for sometimes.
logo designs (save the original copyrighted ones) (c) KicsterAsh
characters (c) their respected owners
Please do not reuse these logos.