Starting to work on identity design for Two Solid Studio.
This is a first step where I throw together rough 3-5 concepts to choose the direction. I used Tombow dual brush pen and a little bit of UniPin fine line to tweak few things. More to come soon.
12 months ago
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I want a list of all the media types & products you use, so I can buy them all.
Looks awesome! Trying my own handwritten stuff over here (not exactly as nice as yours lol): http://drbl.in/erXI
Nice... I like it spelled out :)
from "t" to "so" my favourite part :)
I read TwoFolid. AWESOME type design though!
pretty darn swipingly-freaking-awesome.
you must have been using pens in elementary school... you know, because you have nice penmanship.
@Alexander Sapelkin @Ricardo Barroz @Taptanium @Vee-O Thank ya fellas! :)
@Daryl Ginn hehe, here's some of the things I use https://twitter.com/#!/lobanovskiy/status/201014788933943296/photo/1 ;P
@David Kovalev yeah i figured I'd give it a shot ... not 100% sure if that's the way to go.
@Guido Bouman thank you, and yeah it might need some more attention around that area, but that's just a rough idea.
Wow wow wow!
that looks really sharp
@Jessica Libby ty ty ty!
@Dash thanks bro
Looks solid so far.
dont. change. a. thing.
Looks so good on a number of levels!!
Man! So smooth and steady. Fantastic work!
@Dan (Hypagraphic) @Ady C @John Neiner @Brian Steely Thanks so much guys! :)
I tried to like this again but is not working. You win.
Very nice and interesting. I was just sniffing around at JetPens because I was interested in buying a arotring, but stumbled on a page with one of those auto rotate lead pens by Kuru Toga.
Are you using one of these?
Aw man, I love it!!! Need to get my new logo done in this style!
Great Job Eddie !! :) What kind of brush pen are you using here ? cc @Gert van Duinen
looks really nice this one, there's not much you -can't- do!
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