tag line is temporary until i find a more befitting description.
over 1 year ago
Impressive script @Colin Tierney
very nice my friend
Hey Colin! What did the client say? ;)
thank you for the comments guys.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic he was a tough mother...but i think he approves.
Looks really GREAT!!!
Looks great and congrats on new personal ID, know how hard is to achieve satisfaction on this.
//edit// oh I realized just now that C in T what a great clever detail! Love.
Nice vectorization, Colin. Looks great, congrats!
Nice! Really good job on this, so clean. Did you try flaring the swash of the "y" so it doesn't look like a ball terminal, it is connected smoothly?
Col, this is so damn cool someone is bound to steal it ; )
Great work, bud.
You already know what I think of this but wanted to say it again, looks really excellent. I love the final touches, everything is really nicely done. Congrats on a new logo!
Also, I can only imagine how much you fiddled with those curves. That ball-terminal-i-dot-y-swash is one hell of a ballsy curve, and I know that must've taken forever to get right. You definitely pulled it off like a champ. Still not sold on the tag, but I know that may change over time.
Came out real nice!
Very nice type! This y swash makes the whole logo special and unique, and CT ligature looks great. Congrats!
came out great colin! congrats!
Really great! I like the 'y'.
So natural, so elegant. Good decision Colin!
C/T works so well as a standalone mark. Great job incorporating that into the logotype.
As I'm looking at this again, I really can't get over how naturally one sees the C-T (predicated, of course, on prior knowledge of Colin's first name) or just a very swashy, expressive T (for those that don't know his first name). That's the beauty of this mark. The hidden gem is there, but is not crucial for reading/understanding the mark.
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