Been expanding on the original letter E, slowly building up the collection in any spare time I get.
Any advice greatly appreciated.
about 1 year ago
Oh yesssssss indeeed. love them all
This looks really good
@George Wiltshire @Herson Rodriguez Thanks guys, relief getting good feedback straight away.
I'm up to M so far, although G doesn't look right to me and now O is being a bit of a bitch, so I'm slowly getting there.
I can imagine O being a problem ;p
Looks really rad Chris, can't imagine the time you have been putting into this it. It is worth that that is all I am saying.
nice. really like the D.
Cheers for all the positive comments everyone
@Bob Ewing Luckily the time hasn't got to me because it's been a slow project for spare time. glad it's worth it though.
@Timothy J. Reynolds thanks, I've been plating around with the D quite a lot to try and get the serifs right.
@Andrey S. Rodrigues glad you like it
thanks @Gert van Duinen always know i'm heading in the right direction when you like it.
Seriously nice Chris.
Nice sketches Chris!:)
Great to see this Chris, fantastic extension of your original letter. (I almost prefer this without the texture/fill effects actually.) 'F' is especially good and I can totally see how some letters must be really hard to develop with this sort of approach. Definitely working so far though!
Thank you @Claire Coullon really glad to hear you like it. F is one of the only ones that worked straight away.
NIce work. I recommend http://typedrawers.com if you want feedback and discussion all about drawing letters. :-)
12 months ago
@Sye Robertson Cheers, that's a great link I'll be using that in future. Really appreciate the help
Even more da bomb.
by Chris Beaumont
Since it's been ages since I sketched the ideas for this I decided I just needed to sit down and get it done. After a late night of designing and plenty of coffee I ended up with this. Inspired by shop signs seen in the Clint Eastwood film Pale Rider.
Not too sure on how to make this into a working font so I'm still deciding what to do with it. Any advice on either what to do or on the design itself very welcome.
10 months ago
10 months ago
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