A lil heart made up of chain links, a possible idea for part of a t-shirt. Is it readable?
Any feedback would be appreciated
about 1 year ago
Didn't immediately read it as a heart, possibly because the tops are too pointy.
P.S. Like the colors
@Jake Longoria yeah, it's a problem I've been having that I dont knwo how to fix. maybe turning the sides up more, but I've looked at for too long to see if that even really helps http://cl.ly/0W3I3V2n2V1B0Y12223F
Try adding four more links and working with that?
Once you start adding links the shapes get really awkward, and if I keep adding n adding it just looks like I'm drawing with links :(
@Steven Schroeder nice work, love bikes ++
What about swapping the colours, so there is more red visible than blue? Might help to get across the heart connotation that you are trying to get!
I agree with Chris. If you can't let the shape convey the message let the colors do it. If it were entirely tones of red, I think it represent a heart much better.
alright, I'll try that out
love the idea. didn't immediately see it as a heart. agree that more links might help.
Also, if it is in the middle of text, might help? Just thinking of the famous Glaser I *heart* NY logo!
by Steven Schroeder
Change up a few things thanks to some suggestions from. I don't think it holds the same weight as the 5 link anymore, but it way more readable now.
Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated, as always.
Colors aren't staying, it's gonna be a one color in the end, I did it just for fun.
about 1 year ago
by Wesley Terry
This is a great idea by Steven. Couldn't help putting my own twist on it. Grab the illustrator and photoshop files if you want to play with them as well.
11 months ago
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