A bit of lettering more towards the masculine side for a client.
over 1 year ago
I dig it, especially the flow of "hash".
I admittedly don't know much about lettering, so take this with a grain of salt (or maybe ignore entirely). If I had any areas to critique I'd say the transition from the "R" to the "e" feels a bit unnatural compared to the flow of the rest of letters.
Also, I love that "s".
Love the flow of this, James. I agree with David, though, the R-E combo looks a tad forced. Here's a question: I realize that the other letters connect, but do the R and the E have to? If not, I think this would look killer if you broke that connection, and extended out the foot of your R into a swash, maybe terminating just beneath the upward curve of the E-H connector. This would add a bit more dramatic effect.
Further, you could really push the dramatic effect by horizontally exaggerating the bowl of your R, since you've got some negative space to play with right now between the R and the E.
That is, of course, if you're trying to make this thing look dramatic.
11 days ago
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