Working on another Typographic Verse. Not sure if I should leave it like this or add some colour and other gubbins. It was quite enjoyable doing a longer verse too, most of my designs are for quite short verses but this one was more challenging.
about 2 years ago
I vote leave it. It looks great. And that distressed texture on there... perfect.
Great work! I totally agree about the length it is way harder when you get into that many characters, keep at it.
I think you should give color a try, but maybe just for accents.
Not gonna lie, I'm a sucker for black/white. I say leave it. Looks great, bro!
might be cool to add the abbreviation for the translation in the circle, under the verse and book.
I will take a print. Good work
Gorgeous! Will this be available for sale? I would definitely take a print :)
Looks great. Would love to see Ezekial 23:19-20 with the same treatment.
love it as is. true to the verse and no distractions.
I love this. It's beautiful, and I'd love to buy a print!
Thanks folks! I'm thinking of doing Psalm 145 in the same treatment.
@Andrew, haha! I'm not sure that's something I'd want to put on my wall!
So many goood words, presented on this awesome way!
-My sister is doing Bibleschool at the moment. Think I've found an awesome birthday present for her!
this is great
My church ran a typo treatment for a verse for the christmas program. I kept it as a testament of stereotypically bad christian design.
If i saw yours in a program I would have kept it to inspire me and remind me that there is hope for the Christian arts to be good.
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