I see that you're the founder of this wiki. I'm an admin on the Villainous Wiki, and I'm looking for some wikis to partner with. I think it'd be fitting, considering both COTC and Villainous are up-and-coming CN shows.
Overlooking some of your edits on the wikis you listed, I will promote you to Content Moderator for now to see what you're capable of. You still don't have a very large edit count on these wikis (and some of them I don't see you having any edits at all) so I don't have a good scale to your potential editing prowess. I expect you to use your rights wisely and responsibly.
I hope this is alright with you, and congratulations on your promotion! :)
As Craig of the Creek isn't out yet I couldn't really make a decent wordmark for it, but for other wikis where I've made the wordmark (the old wordmark on the OK K.O.! wiki, the We Bare Bears wiki wordmark, the Chowderpedia wordmark, the Riddle wiki wordmark, and the Spanish We Bare Bears wiki wordmark), I'll typically take the logo of the show (preferably high quality so I can have the original as large as possible for other uses on the respective wiki non-exclusive to wordmarks) and mimick the lettering from it to add "Wiki" somewhere. I'll also edit the dimensions where I need to so it'll fit under the maximum when I scale it down.
In the case of the EN WBB wiki wordmark, I simply had to add "wiki" to where the empty space would be, and to create a balance in the lettering, I copied the style of the "We" in the name. This took a lot of sketching and free-hand to get right, but ultimately its a lot easier than modifying pre-existing letters and drawing over them where need-be.
For ones like the Chowderpedia wordmark, which is the easiest letter-editing example I can think of since the letters are already one solid colour with no outlines, I basically copied the letters that already existed in "wiki" and also copied ones I could use to make custom letters. From there I'd paste them to another later and remove, edit, and added onto the ones I chose to modify in order to make custom letters. I also tried my best to make them fit the style of the title so it would fit.
In the case of the Riddle wiki's wordmark, the logo that the games use is literally just a font, so all I had to do was type it out myself with the same font that was used and slightly modify the spacing and other minor edits so it would match. (Also in this case, I replaced "School" in "Riddle School" with "Wiki". Don't be afraid to replace certain parts of the title if you have to or if it'll look better that way.)
If you need help though I'd suggest contacting others with more skill if possible. xD I'm definitely not the best at making wordmarks. Some I'd recommend are the people who made the Star vs. the Forces of Evil wiki wordmark and the Steven Universe wiki wordmark. They're both really well-crafted.
Also remember that you can ask people to make wordmarks for you if you so desire!
If I recall correctly there's also a wiki dedicated to making custom wordmarks for people but I don't remember the name of it. If I happen upon it again I'll be sure to let you know. :)
Like I explained with the We Bare Bears wiki, the font thing is very situational. I either edit together different letters from the title to make a new letter of the same style, or I'll draw it free-hand.
Top-gem wrote: Like I explained with the We Bare Bears wiki, the font thing is very situational. I either edit together different letters from the title to make a new letter of the same style, or I'll draw it free-hand.
Oh. I don't know how to do that, and would like to develop one for the Robot Jones Wiki .