Still experimenting around with this effect…
over 3 years ago
LOVE the colors!
Really great Veerle!
The bar of the "t" feels a little weird, but other than that I love it!
Right back at you Sacha, the bar from the "t" does not fit with the rest of the design. Other then that this is really sharp and awesome!
Those are awesome curves
I would lose the shadow on the bar of the "t". I think it's only the shadow that's making it a little weird.
Wow! Nice colors btw.
Outstanding... adds so much depth. One comment, seems like the crossbar on 't' should be behind it instead of infront. It seems to be floating a bit there.
Kinda cool, but it feels like whatever light source you have is a bit off, most notably on the a.
Nice Work! The crossbar of the t bothers me as well and as Chris pointed out, the lightsource on the a is off - but it didn't immediately jump out at me.
Thanks for the valuable feedback. I much appreciate it, exactly what I hoped to hear :) The t is bothering me too. Will work on getting this perfect.
Still loving that 'a' ;)
nice shapes and colors
and it's right about light - different on every letter
H-O-T-T there's something playing tricks with my eyes when I compare the bottom shadows on the letters "a" and "c" when compared to the letters "t" and "u."
Stunning! On the 't', maybe where the bar meets the stem, the diagonal line could be curved in a bit (to match the top end of the 'c'?)? Not technically accurate, but might keep with the flow. If that makes any sense?
That is like porn to me.
@Birdy thanks for the suggestion :) I've tried both ways, but not 100% sure what's best.
by Veerle Pieters
Which one you think is best? I think the curved one suits better.
over 3 years ago
Nice execution. Looking good.
This is looking pretty rad!
Wow, this is great! :) Thanks for posting! I love this effect.
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