Large View: http://seanw.es/GT9A
almost 2 years ago
Wow, love it!
So freakin' Rad bro!!!
Dang. Very fresh!
This is really freaking good. The only thing is the "s" doesn't have the same stroke contrast as the other glyphs. I'd like to see thinner terminals (I think that's what they're called) for the "s". Other than that, it's f'ing fantastic.
@Justin The 's' is killer to work in such a small space. Especially with ink bleed making the thinner parts of the stroke feel thicker than they should. I'll be sure to tweak it in vector!
beautiful work as usual
"fresh" Sean. seriously nice, sir.
Wow, this might be my favorite of yours. Really really great job!
This has got to be the crispest pen work I've ever seen. Ridiculous!
Goddammit, man! Stop making such cool shit..you're making us look bad!
"Leaf & Ligatures" should be the unofficial title of this one. I know just what you mean about the "S" and ink bleed @Sean!
truly impressive drawing skills, as i said on an earlier shot you really have patience&skills for this. My only concern would be to make the s a little more "swooshy" in the ligature with h, more like letting the ligature show the loop in there :) hope i made my point. hehe.
@Juan Gomez Not sure I follow? I appreciate the comment though!
sooo goood! no more words
Your ligatures make me hard.
so fresh so clean!!
Definitely fresh indeed! Love that leafy r and sh ligature. The lines are so clean that it looks like a print, and I hate the bleeding, this is why I resort to tracing paper when I'm working on small sizes.
Swag. Thumbs up:)
@Sean McCabe i was telling something like this ^^ http://prntscr.com/915tl (poor drawing :P)
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