Playing around some different mark versions. Kind of digging the top and bottom but there's some similar elements in several of the letterforms. Tuesday doodles ftw...namely b/c I have more meetings on Tuesdays than any other day of the week. Easier to keep my mind from wandering if I'm doodling something. ;)
about 1 year ago
The bottom one is great! How do you achieve the symmetry just through a sketch? Talent!
All of these are amazing! Bottom is my favorite though :).
Love that bottom P
Ya, the bottom one is awesome
The top one is pirate style.
Going against the grain here and saying the 3rd one from the top is my favorite mainly because of the swashes on the "t"
Great work. Mucho respecto w/ the typo
Mega awesome, i love the middle one with the complicated curved 't'
Cool doodles. Hard to decide
Very nice! I like the letterforms in the top sketch the most. Especially the R.
I always love scripts, so the 3rd is great. I like the 4th quite a bit, too, although stars bother me for some reason! Looks nice.
@Joseph Alessio The 4th is indeed awesome, and (to me) stars and patriots go hand in hand :)
That bottom one is good.
I love them all!
Thanks for the thoughts and recommendations folks. I was originally looking for signage and type from Colonial America but there ain't much still around other than handwritten letters and what-not. First three are based on what little I could find, the last was just me messing about.
They're all different but I think the last one is probably the most fitting :) Beautiful!
Love the bottom one, especially the interactive curl on the P.
Amazing. I'd like to know draw like that!
amazing typography. i love that letters can be art too, even if the non-designer world doesn't know it. This would make an awesome screened tee.
I say this all the time, but I love following this drawing series of yours (I can't bring myself to call them 'doodles'). I really like how the 'A' in the top one mirrors the 'R', it's a fantastic touch. Like @Gray Ghost Visuals said, the crossbars on the 't's in the third one are so, so nice.
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