Hi my name is Javier Samudio, actually my business name is samAdvertising, but I want to create something simpler and personal, I will start branding my services under my first name JAVIER, Please take a look to these logo versions and let me know what do you think about the whole project, Is the concept clear? what do you think is the best version? any suggestion is welcome.
This, I believe, is the most successful use of the pencil image. It really stands out and feels aesthetically sound. My only concern would be the space between the "V" and the "i". I can see how challenging it may be to balance this though, good luck.
Overall I think you are on a good track here. The 4th one is my favorite. I believe it has a cleaner and more balanced feel over the others. I would however suggest trying the lowercase typeface from the 1st and combine it with the concept of the 4th.
New Idea: Instead of "creative solutions" maybe try saying, "inspired solutions"or something like the sort. The word "creative" is already overused by designers.
First, your play with negative space and the pencil is unique and eye-catching with a clear message.
I think Concept #4 is the most creative because:  the alignment and spacing works well (as opposed to concept #3);  the pencil is clearly marked and well-integrated (as opposed to concept #2); and  it provides the best balance.
Was it the tag line "pencil me in" that lead to the genesis of the pencil visual in the logo or do you want it to represent something beyond that? Upon first glance, the visual breaking into the composition from the top communicated a neck line of a suit. The white on black feels very formal and less personal. It seems a little more information needs to be introduced into the design to communicate the pencil more quickly and confidently. For the four logos, the first speaks the most clearly as a pencil to me. I keep seeing "JAWIER" in number four. Number three makes the "A" slightly cartoonish with its fangs.
I do not like how the "V" is pushed all the way to the top of the format. I feel like your are missing something, like its unfinished.
I would suggest centering the logo and not pushing it all the way to the top of your product.
pencil me in
The simplicity of your statement is clean and gives action, I have to admit it is hard to determine the purpose of penciling you in. After reading your description it made more sense. I wouldn't change it because it makes me want to learn more.
The name is a strong logo on the apple computers. I would just suggest centering the "V," instead of pushing it to the top. I also really like the clean boldness of the black and white colors. You are on the right path of making a strong simple impression.