A snippet of type for a new info-graphic I'm working on.
almost 2 years ago
this is gorgeous!
Such rich texture!
There's something really nice going on here. Some of the flourishes I've seen before. Perhaps you can create something a little fresh there. In general, most people may not recognize that, but could add another nice quality to the design. Also, the color palette is very nice. However, the 2 is getting lost as it is. Perhaps you can find a way to bring that out a little more. All in all, it's looking great.
Great color and pattern. I do agree with @Kevin Burr as I recognize the ornamentals from the adobe woodcut family. They work well with the shape and overall design, but it could be nice to create your own ornamentals. You may consider pulling some of the shapes from the script font or even the 2 as a starting point. Just a suggestion, but overall this is a great design. Can't wait to see the full infographic.
I completely agree. My use of Adobe Wood Type Ornaments is regrettable, and if this design continues along this route I'll definitely need to create some custom ornaments. Using the "2" as a starting point is a great idea. Thanks.
I love the "two" inside the word. The only thing i would think about is the position of the ornaments besides number two right and left in black and beige. It seems to me a little packed. After all a unique style.
Kevin, what is it you smoking?
This is beautiful! You really know how to pull off details - it's rich and not overdone at all. The color palette ties it together so well.
A very promising looking infographic. Cannot wait to see the final product!
This looks good, it will be great to see the entire infographic. I love how the numeral 2 interacts with the other type! Do something to make it more readable, though, a slight color variation, etc; since it's currently the same color as many background elements.
It's fun to see that 10 years later, your color preferences are still noticeable. This is really lovely, though. Great palette. I find myself a sucker for Wisdom Script.
I'd love to see what custom ornaments you come up with (you know, in all your spare time). :)
truth. lemme know if you figure out how to cash in on those extra two hours.
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