another pen writing practice shot...
I asked my wife to throw some random words at me, this one came out kinda interesting. Found this pretty fun and challenging way to exercise. :D
Of course it could use more work, it's just how it came the first try... only thing I did is thickened the lines with some extra ink.
over 1 year ago
Sounds like a good exercise. such a good design for a 1st attempt
Eddie Lobanovskiy. aka. PASSION PEN MAN :)
Really nice, maybe second S letter is a bit complicated, anyway cool:)
This feels fantastic, dude.
@Chris Beaumont yeah it's was lots of fun, thickening the lines hid a lot of imperfections ;)
@Kartik Mahant ✦✦✦ haha, thanks buddy
@forsuregraphic yeah, I can see what you're saying, maybe I'll play with it some more if I ever get bored, thank you
@Rogie thanks dude!
@Jeremiah Wingett Thanx mate :)
Eddie the unleash !!
Dayme!!!!!!!! Utter Beauty! :)
:). Today is typography day, made one too, check: http://dribbble.com/shots/515416-Sideline?list=following
Like it a lot !!!!!
Sounds like a fun exercise! And with a really nice result!
omg is that the actual sketch? it is impressive kinda looks actually traced/vectorized.
That is so awesome! Would suite good as a logotype
I love that you show your tools alongside your shots! Great work!
What pen is that? and what type of paper do you use, as there is no ink bleeding on the paper! BTW- Awesome typography man!! :) LOVE IT!
That "P" is great! Nice!
nice! the pen looks like a banner at fist glance (thought you designed it at first). Love the n and "i" dot connection. Also the "ss" is a bit unclear (gs, yg, ys)... basically you're awesome, keep it up :)
this is slick
Thanks for all the compliment fellas! :)
@forsuregraphic good work buddy. thanks!
@Juan Gomez no vector here, just a little bit of carefully filled strokes. ;p thank u
@John Hobbs thanx, and yeah gotta respect uni pins
@David Kovalev haha, thanx bro... and SS would be fixed if it ever got to Ai ;P
This might be helpful, if you're wife isn't around... http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWordPlus.aspx
haha, sweet thanx @Tiffany Israel :)
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