More or less final digital version. Did quite a few adjustments from the original sketch, notably to the second L, overall spacing and stroke widths. I also tried connecting the two L's but it made them quite tall/too imposing, so think I'm going to keep them like this.
about 2 years ago
Solid! Nailed the double L's. =)
Thanks guys, glad you like it!
Nice work! Love the feel of this.
Pretty, pretty, pretty.
Wow my eyes just got a boner. (Yes that's a compliment)
Claire, you're type-super-hero.
Mmmmm.... so smooth and silky
Beautiful work Claire!
Very nice, Claire. But maybe something could be done about the white space below the "eth" that the m's swash creates.
Lovely piece Claire!
Cheers all, really appreciate the great feedback! It's very nice to hear (well, read). @Julian that's a good point, I might try moving the 'et' down a little bit into that space, thanks!
So nice Claire, as always. I love your lettering. This is very polished.
Seeing your work is always a real pleasure for the eyes!
Thanks very much Seth, Romain and John! Really nice of you
Beautiful once again Claire, really love seeing your sketches come to life!
great flow! I like the th ligature in particular.
Very nice play of letters, Claire. Love this result :)
Claire the final concept is amazing. I like your works, and this stuff is lovely.
My compliments Claire!
While this looks really great, I somehow got the feeling that I miss some of the boldness that the originial hand sketch had... it feels lighter... I don't know if you did that on purpose and, yes, it is a pain to say it now, but I think the letters would benefit from being a hint bolder...
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