Buncha tweaks on this custom brush type... Thoughts?
3 months ago
sexy brush texture man!
Much better! I personally preferred the HH structure in the previous version and the T looks like it goes a little too thin at the bottom compared to the other characters but overall, very nice!
It is perfect in it's imperfections. Good stuff, and good tweaking.
maybe swap 'for' with '4' might make a nicer balance?
I like this one better because you splitted the top and bottom gradient, looks now a bit less like Jony Ive did this. actually it still does a bit, he's hard on gradients!
That's better Rogie. What's it look like horizontal or moving the "for Haiti" over to right and up so that "for" is just to the right of the "p". Just a thought.
By the way, how is this technique done, making this custom type? Do you draw it in Illustrator with a brush?
Excuse my lack of knowledge here. Just want to learn.
@Shane Helm the balance felt really wonky like that. Trust me, I've tried it :) Regarding illustrator, yup, draw it with a brush and then keep tweaking vector handles and adjusting, trying to make it feel like broad brushstrokes. Employed the same technique here.
Thanks for the tut Rogie.
I always love it when a client tells me to try something I've already tried. I just did that to you ;)
Trust you. Looking great man
Love the use of color.
Seems to be a very cool project, and I love what it inspired to you. Really like this one, awesome use of the brush. Little detail, the "f" of the word "for" is really better on this version in my humble.
I love the colors and the brush, and I agree @Elliot Jackson about the H
I like this one much better then the first one. The 80 idea was cool but wasn't working well.
better! any hints on how you get that brush to degrade so beautifully at the ends?
@Rogie King what kind of tablet do you use? :) I love the gradients
yeah bro! radness
Way better with words!
There we go! Love it dude.
Really like this! Great use of color.
Love! Did you try making "for" a different style typeface? It might be interesting : )
This one reads much better.
def better. :) looks great!
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