Early stages of something that will potentially make it's way into a shirt for my brand.
about 1 year ago
Looks super solid man. Love the..."the."
your hand typography is great!
Incredibly beautiful lettering! :)
two thumbs up in my book man!!
Fantastic. So crisp.
Dude this looks great, can't wait to see it progress.
Thanks for the credit, bro.
@Nathan Yoder - I think a bit of subconscious inspiration may have happened, I was actually going for a aesthetically similar look to something that I found in an old early 1900's dictionary I came across in my father's basement but admittedly the layout is definitely a bit close to yours. The vector version I'm working on now has some elements moved around since this sketch. Sorry if you felt like I was intentionally encroaching on your work, yours is a great piece and if you're uncomfortable with the final version I complete just let me know.
@Jason Carne - yikes bro. next time, give a dude some credit. this looks like it was more than subconscious inspiration. Even aside from the layout and composition, the way it was photographed and treated makes it appear as if it were forged out of @Nathan Yoder's piece.
Regardless, great piece bro. love what you did with the type and the layout. and one hell of a shout out to @Nathan Yoder for killing it.
@Jordan Egstad - Like I said man, I acknowledged that the layout was a bit too close for comfort and the vector version has some changes I'm working on.
3 banner swords aren't exactly a unique element though, and all of the type is different - also an angled DOF photo of type is hardly trademarked by anyone on this site, in fact it's more than he norm than the exception.
I'm not trying to step on any toes here, I guess I'll just chalk this up to a learning experience. As I stated before, if Nathan takes issue with me using the piece in its final stage I won't use it, all he has to do is say so. I don't condone ripping anyone's work whether it's intentional or not, an if this is deemed as such for any reason I'd scrap the concept and let it be done.
I love it!..I wish to see this art on a t-shirt and I want it!..:-))..well done @Jason Carne !!
very very nice
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