I have been working on an alternative Dashing Dish concept. It plays a bit more to a 1950's script kind of look! What do you think?
over 1 year ago
beautiful type work, love where this could go!
i really enjoyed your original take here but this is also quite nice. the s's both look a little pulled back as their main stroke is the only to not maintain the vertical rhythm.
this work is quite nice. i'l love to see how you continue to refine this piece.
I noticed the s's being slightly off, as well (though s's are the hardest letter for me to draw, so...). Love this concept, though! Love both of them, really.
i like the stars as the dots above the I's
It's pretty nice Drew, but in my opinion the previous one fits better to design of the blog that Sean did.
u're crazy good!
I love the first one and I really like this one too. The D's in this one seem a bit thin. Thickening them up might help make this one feel a bit more solid + if the DD combo was used for avatars, I think it'd look really slick.
Either way, really nice work :)
Looking good Drew and I dig on the 50's feel which the stars play beautifully with. Fwiw, I think the other is a bit stronger.
I'd agree with Sergey, however, that being said, I think this could really jive with my illustrations. The previous concept had a bit more feminine look to me.
Love this one too :)
I agree with what Sergey and Rogie said.
I find the previous one to have a bit more originality and elegance that Dashing Dish currently represents compared to other recipe websites.
As much as I like your work on this one, I find it a bit too 1950's generic for something as grand as Dashing Dish.
This is my favorite, soooooo I choose this :)
As far as the website goes, everything is being revised to fit rogies and drew's work.
by Drew Melton
Finally wrapping this project up for Sean -- He helped by simplifying my overly complex forms and adding some texture. I'm so proud of this.
over 1 year ago
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