black alternative... mainly changed the "f", and rearranged the letters
about 2 years ago
Nice, this is coming along great! Much prefer the 'f' here. The only thing that looks a little odd to me is the 'o-r' connection in 'forever'. Perhaps the connecting stroke could start a little higher? Alternatively, another idea could be to try a connection similar to the 'v-e' one.
Love the connection between the words. You may want to add a subtle light shadow which makes the outside of the font look less jaggered.
thanks Claire & George
@Claire changed now the connections of o-r and y-o-u http://j.mp/jY0hax would you change something about it? I probably go with that greyish black in the tpop
@George this gets probably printed on the front window of the store, so forget the drop shadow.. in any case, a logo should work without drop shadows... simply a bit lighter black helps
Nice revisions, I like the top as well. Just a tiny detail: there's a very small sharp point on the bottom of the connecting curve between 'o-r' and 'o-u', just a matter of smoothing it out a bit. Looks great, nice work!
thank you Claire, you helped me a lot with this :)
by Daniel Keller
you might be already tired to see this type over and over again, I'm satisfied with the result and I think it's pretty much finished.
I followed Claire Coullon's advice and made the connections of o-r and o-u more smooth!
go Back and Forth to see the changes.
about 2 years ago
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