You can fix this by having the tag (the big, hanging object) and the logo as 2 separate objects. Here’s how:
remove the logo texture from your tag.
Import the svg of the logo. It should appear as a 2D curve that is filled. If not, go to the Curves-tab and set the type to 2D. You should now have a flat curve that has filled areas like you want.
In the curves tab, go to the panel that has the options Extrude, Bevel, Offset and Resolution. These sliders will turn your curve into a 3D- shape. Use the Extrude slider to give it depth, then use the Bevel and Resolution sliders to make it look smoother. Don’t worry about Offset.
Select your finished logo shape, then hold shift and select the tag object. Press CTRL + P and click ‘parent’. Now your logo shape will follow the tag object in every move.
the converting of the svg curves into a mesh, in the combination with the tag was not convincing so far…but i will try it with normal mapping… I will also keep the intro very simple - let me show you a first try: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lprDybJVfX0
Well…the trailer is now finished, may not the best animations ever - but it works…
The first seconds are made with blender and gimp only (also uav), the rest is only filming and editing in magix video maker - no special effects;