New sketch modifying an element from an old one. There are some issues still (the T?) but its getting there.
about 2 years ago
Yeah, that 'T' might be at risk of 'L' confusion...but loving the look of this overall.
This is awesome. The "T" is pretty much following the strokes of a standard, cursive L (especially having the two loops). The cursive T should have a hard stop and change in direction in both loops.
Since the 'O' is disconnected from the 'r', I could see the same happening with the 'T' and 'h'. May help the eye a bit. That 'Original' looks fantastic.
Maybe a smaller bottom loop? Something like this? "Original" looks rad though.
I'm digging this. I think Anthony has a great proposed solution that absolutely increases legibility without detracting stylistically. Tasty.
"Original" is spot on. I like Anthony's suggestion for the T but then that might lead to some work needed on the "h" as well.
Is it the angle of the "shot" or does the "l" in Original seem to be a bit more upright than the rest of the word? I don't know the technical way to describe it, but the other letters seem to skew/lean a bit more forward.
How the hell do you pull this off?
Thats killler! Love it.. nothings better than hand done type :)
This is tasty. Nice Mattman!
VERY nice! Strangely, I read it as "Le Original" — I suggest just dropping the "h"
P.S. would love to see how these end up in digital form sometime :)
Thanks everyone. I agree the T looks like an L. This is the first go at it so things are rought but I will rework it.
@Shed Labs, I agree, thats a route I will try.
@Anthony, I see what you did there, and I like it.
@Joel, you know, I blacked out for a while, woke up and this was there so... not really sure.
@Rogie, Le Original! I definitely need to start vectorizing these. I think thats my least favorite part because I have to go back to a computer to do it.
Some real dribbbling over here, nice one. Maby a bit to much lines under the type?
Nice stuff man.
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