edit* just looked at the rest of your work and saw the sketch... awesome job!
over 1 year ago
i think i'm almost there with this one. i'm pretty sure i have carpal tunnel from all the sketching now. big thanks to @Claire Coullon, @Jon Stapp and @Sean Heisler for the feedback.
I love this typography Colin! Great job!
custom matt. thanks muhammad. the colors are a little blasé right now...working with the client on different variations.
Looking good, man, really turned out great! Nice job!
I love the color!!!
So good to see this Colin, it's looking fantastic! Very nice job maintaining the natural flow and feeling of the sketch. That second 's' is looking much more s-like too, nicely done. The last 'a' seems a tad too close the the 'm' but I love how it fits next to it. I also like the colour as it is now but looking forward to seeing some variations too.
this is looking really great, colin. The only problem i can foresee is reading "Wettness Mama" instead of Wellness. Though I don't know if that is a big enough concern to pursue revisiting it.
I really love how the 'n' hugs the 'e' and the 'm' hugs the 'a'. I wonder if perhaps that first 'l' could be flipped horizontally so that it also hugs that 'e' in front of it?
So far so good! I think you are very close to the final.
Looks great, keep it up!
Very nice. Reminds me of @Claire's work.
Looks wonderful! :)
Looks great Colin!
Nice script, Colin!
I saw "Wellington Mara" right away... guess I still have the giants on my mind. Love the typography!
This turned out great, Colin! I think you've done an excellent job with the vectorization; looks really tight. There's a pleasing flow and style to the letterforms, and I really love your solution to that M. The whole thing now feels very natural and the strokes feel realistic and logical to me. What a lovely introduction to this level of hand-rendered type, man.
*pats head* You done good, kid.
about 1 year ago
How'd I miss this one? Looks great, bud!
Diggin' this fo sho!
about 1 month ago
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