One of the first sketches for a lettering project, Great Bear Glass. Not 100% thrilled with the rest of it yet, but it's getting there. Liking this part the best so far.
I'll be doing this up in Illustrator soon. (: Feedback welcome as always!
about 1 year ago
This is looking really nice, I love what you're doing with the last 's' reaching back to connect with the 'G'. The loops up there look beautiful.
It's hard to tell without the context of the rest of the lettering, but from this piece alone, the little extra stroke inside the 'G' seems a little out of place to me. Everything else has quite strong, loose and simple strokes and it just feels a little small/tight in comparison. I'd be tempted to see what it looks like just ending on an upwards curve, rather than doing that second loop (the one on the left). Hope that makes sense!
Anyway, looking forward to seeing the rest of this!
@Claire Coullon That is awesome feedback, thank you so much Claire! I definitely see what you mean about the extra stroke inside of the 'G'. In my preliminary sketches it wasn't there, something I added for "detail" - but I can see how it sticks out awkwardly. I'm definitely going to rework that part! Simple is always better... need to tell myself that more!
Thanks again for your advice, it's really something I value. I love getting constructive criticism, it's one of the best ways to learn!
I like this, great start!
by Terra Spitzner
Progress on my cousins logo... liking it so far. In this photo the angle looks a little strange on the "Bear" but I promise in person it is a lot more accurate! The "Glass" part is also smaller in person, but as it is the most finished part right now I figured I'd showcase it a bit.
I'll be adding a bunch of wood carving type detail to the "Great Bear" which will hopefully help even out the letters - right now the "E" is much too big... hopefully it wont be a do over. (:
This is mostly for practice, but as always I love getting feedback!
about 1 year ago
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