Helping out my buddy @Jason Carne with some awesome badges. If you haven't seen his work... then go check it out. It will leave you with this feeling
7 months ago
Thanks man, the feeling is mutual!
Damn dude, you're getting insanely better with every new shot <3
Beautiful collab, you guys!
@Nick Slater Holy crap, you keep churning them out!
i really like the light grey shading !
that type flows really awkwardly.
"handcrafted" is one word.
Awesome sauce! The words flow perfectly imho. Makes more sense to break them up and achieve a bit more balance. Thumbs up...
@Nick Slater, nice work sir!
Looking good, although I do think the main banner text could stand to be adjusted, particularly on the left—I think the J should sit parallel to the left edge of the banner.
You're a machine constantly producing a lot of good work!
Two of my favorites!
What I like about this design is that it's mostly a flat design but then you add that banner shadow. Looks good!
@Mason Phillips Yea I agree, I keep getting stuck at the J, but all in all it's fantastic.
this looks super fresh nick. great as always. love the shadow details the most.
I love this, however; I think that the hand-crafter feel gets lost because the lines are so clean. I understand it does not have to follow that norm, this is just a personal opinion on aesthetics. Great job you two.
@Edgar Vargas - I actually have a "by hand" version of this that Nick based it off of, but I'm aiming to get some letterpress business cards done with the design and this style is more suited towards that.
@Jason Carne that sounds awesome, I'll keep an eye out for those if they end up on dribbble :)
@Jason Carne haha that GIF is epic - Well played :D
you guys are awsome, i love both of your work! :D may i borrow your hand @Jason Carne ? :D
The J-A-S looks a little funny, but other than that, this rules!
Really like the style and shading on this.
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