Color Me Rad

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  1. Jed Bridges Jed Bridges

    Workin' on a logo for a rad photographer. Script is hard : /

    Her current branding doesn't reflect the femininity associated with weddings and wedding photography.

    This comp still ins't feminin enough. Gonna take this concept and see how it looks after adding some weight transitions.

    10 months ago

  2. Brandon Escalante Brandon Escalante

    @Jed Bridges looks great! I can almost see a smiley face in there! which is pretty rad!

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    10 months ago

  3. Rogie King Rogie King

    Dig it mucho! Any reason this part of the "R" is so far up? http://cl.ly/PcSl

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    10 months ago

  4. Andre Jurgensen Andre Jurgensen

    RAD

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    10 months ago

  5. Jed Bridges Jed Bridges

    @Rogie thanks homie! 2 reasons; 1. I am not very good at typography haha, and 2. as a means of keeping it fun and playful : ) ... something you have NO IDEA about!!!!!!

    10 months ago

  6. Jed Bridges Jed Bridges

    @Andre Jurgensen Thanks bro!

    10 months ago

  7. Jed Bridges Jed Bridges

    @Rogie You think I should bring the descender down lower?? and maybe rotate the entire thing a little cc? You are the "R" master!

    10 months ago

  8. Éric Le Tutour Éric Le Tutour

    I think it's great it works well both ways, nice job Jed.

    Maybe sharpening or rounding the stroke ends would help making the whole thing more feminine, don't you think?

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    10 months ago

  9. Jed Bridges Jed Bridges

    @Éric Le Tutour Thanks! I think so im gonna give the width tool a try : )

    10 months ago

  10. Approved script! Now onto color. Basically the previous version was still too masculine. I decided to not go with the mono-weight script I love so much.

    Process attached. Been experimenting with the width tool and loving it. That paired with the smooth tool makes a powerful combo.

    9 months ago

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