A few letters of a signature mark i'm working on and a slap of texture
about 1 year ago
That a-i connection with the f between them ... man, that's nice. So looking forward to the next shot of this.
This is a fine piece of lettering @Matt, nice work! The 'f' is unusual but it looks nice and is readable. I love that 'r'! Only thing I might change is to make the spur inside the counter of the 'a' a little blunter, or smaller.
@Jeff Jenkins thanks Jeff. really appreciate the comment. the next shot i'll probably upload tomorrow. it will be a nice clean textureless one.
@Kevin Jannis thanks man, I was fooling around with a few layers and this denim-like quality popped on one of the layer options and i thought it looked pretty cool. the texture won't be part of the branding i'm doing. this was purely dressing up a shot. guilty as charged!
@Joseph Alessio cheers Joseph, thanks for the comment! i'll take on board what you said for sure regarding the 'a'.
Looks nice. Would like to see more.
@Dan (Hypagraphic) Thanks Dan, Hopefully today i'll be able to post the whole thing.
by Matt Vergotis
Follow up to my previous post.
about 1 year ago
Damn. I agree with @Jeff Jenkins up there; that A-I combo with the F in between is definitely one of the most interesting, unconventional combos I've seen in a while, and you pulled it off brilliantly. The average Joe on the street may not ever realize what's occurring in that combo, nor appreciate it on the same nerdgasmic level that we would, but the end result is a truly lively wordmark that is dynamic, expressive, and sexy as hell. Is hell sexy? HELL YEAH, IT IS.
@Jon Stapp haha! yeah hell is hell sexy. thanks mate for the very fine compliment and for introducing me to a new word that'll now become a part of my verbal quiver - nerdgasmic. nice!
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