Any in here that don't read well? =)
4 months ago
I wouldn't say I read any non-english languages "well", but as far as I know, they all look great. :)
Wouldn't even begin to know for a bunch of these...but they look great.
... that’s a real »Guter Tag« – I love all those »Hellos«!
@Ryan Hamrick @Michael Spitz Haha I'm with you there! The non-Latin ones are especially confusing but also interesting, hoping to get more into non-Latin work as I learn more about all the fascinating writing systems there are out there. Thanks!
@Arno Kathollnig @Rob Zangrillo thanks guys! Arno, glad that you like the Guten Tag!
that ciao looks awesome!
not problem, for what I understan atleast, you might have to wait for the night shift to get some eastern answers
I had to learn Arabic in Sunday school, but I'm absolutely useless. It LOOKS right, though!
They all read well, but that "Buon Giorno" might be a little tough since the lines are thinner and blend with the embellishments, at least at this speed.
I don't know if this is going to be a static piece or something that cycles through like you have it now, but if it is, you might want to make some tweaks to it. I had to sit through it a few times to make sure I was spelling it correctly for this comment. (:
Thanks @Lemur Design!
@Neil Tasker You're right, those are the most difficult to figure out as well! I tried to follow the samples I found closely enough to make them readable but you never know.
@Fyza Hashim Nice, I'd love to be able to read the writing system! Glad it looks correct—that's pretty much the standard informal greeting, right (if you remember)? Good point on the BuonGiorno, I'll take a look at it
Thanks @José and @Sean Heisler!
Sweet sweet type
liked Namastey!!! :)
Great letter work, man, all over your showcase.
I know the client and I've done some work for them as well. Nice job Joseph, they all look great!
@Keyuri Bosmia Thanks, I'm glad it reads well!
@Stelian Vasile Thanks man, much appreciated!
@Tim Praetzel Nice, looking forward to seeing yours! Have you put them online anywhere yet?
I totally agree with @Arno Kathollnig on that. :)
Great work amigo!
Hey thanks @Ged Palmer! =)
Glad you like it, @Thorsten!
This is fantastic Joseph, seems like a really cool idea to explore lettering for languages you are not familiar with. Cheers!
Thanks for posting! We shared the shot in the Weekly Replay.
Thanks @Susanna! :-)
@Bob Ewing Thanks! Yeah, it was quite interesting—especially ones that use different alphabets! I'm hoping to learn more about other writing systems, it's super fascinating.
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