can you tell what it says/which one looks AND reads best? need some real genuine feedback please. GO!
over 1 year ago
I like how the breaks fit with the G on the bottom right, but I also like the full cross on the A on the top right one.
I prefer the bottom-right only if you give the horizontal stroke that shadow feel where it connects to the 'S'.
Agreement with @Christopher Burton. Bottom right, add the break to the line connecting to the S to make them all look like shadows.
If the line is connected to the T on the right side sometimes I read SHAG or SFAG.
+1 For the bottom right. In the top right one I feel the 'A' stands out more than the rest because it has no direct connections, So I'm not sure if the same thing will happen if you remove the stroke connecting the S but I'd defiantly try it out to see how it looks.
Its looking really good so far though :)
Bottom right is the most consistent for me. The spaces creates some shadow-like thingy. Also like top left, which has basically opposite shadow.
Definitely the bottom right one for me.
Looking good! I have to agree with @Cory Angen , bottom right reads/flows best due to the consistent breaks, but I wouldn't hate if you chose top right either.
Upper right. Both original crossbars are in tact, so it seems more readable to me, while you're still diverging on the other letters. Nice work.
Bottom right. The T looks the least F-like.
yeah, not sure if someone said this already, but all your shadows should be on the same side of each letter, so bottom right is closest, just switch the shadow to be on the right side of the S instead of the left.
Bottom right does it for me. Although I still think you could work on it. Definitely don't want it to read "fag". Is this for Stag in Austin?
thanks for all the feedback everyone!
@Jeremy Paul Beasley no its not, that'd be cool though! its part of a logo for some beer me and my buddy are planning on brewing. figured i'd do some branding and packaging for it for fun.
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