Done. T-shirt lettering for "Scan", San Francisco.
Tried to keep a hand-written touch so didn't polished the lettering much. Didn't want to achieve a font like look.
about 1 year ago
This is so amazing! Keep it up @Sergey
@Tanveer Junayed Thank you Tanveer!
This is sick! Care to tell us how all your works are so frikkin' crisp?
Really nice. I think S could be closer to c, and the degree of the S axes could be more similar to other letters, anyway amazing skills:)
Agree with the dude above with the kerning of the S and c but I think the angle is sweet man. Epic stuff, keep it up.
@Sergey, Awesome as always. Love the 'F' 'r' connection.
oh man, your are the master of caligraphy
@Forsuregraphic @Jordan No, the kerning is appropriate. Look at the negative space between any two of the letters. the 'S' → 'c' kerning is comparable. Especially for a curve-to-curve.
@Sergey This is really solid! Nice job.
This looks fantastic!
Very true @Sean McCabe, good eye!
You didn't polish it too much? It looks perfect! It doesn't look like a font, though, really nice.
Beautiful work Sergey.
Thank you all fellas!
@Haziq Mir All I can say is I do my job with passion and always rty to do my best:) Thank you though!
@Forsuregraphic Thanks, but I think everything is ok with kerning. @Sean McCabe Described it right;) Thanks though!
@Joseph Alessio By "didn't polish" I meant that I just polished it on paper with an actual size and then just traced it in AI to keep the edges crispy a little. Thanks for your comment!
@Tomas Vateha Thanks man, but it's not a calligraphy.
amazing final, Sergey.
@Mike Bruner My always thanks, Mike!
Sergey... did I ever tell you that you are my hero!
@Nick Slater I have a short memory man, so can't be absolutely sure:))) Thank you though!
Well you are man! Your work is always inspiring!!
i am digging this "S"... both versions look hawt either way!
@Nick Slater Thank you for your words man!
@Eddie Lobanovskiy Thanks dewd!
Beautiful as always.
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