So @Henric Sjösten made a comment about nudging the serif in on the "P." I just wanted to get some opinions. Reference my previous shot for a comparison.
over 1 year ago
Looks a lot more balanced than the previous one, good move
Yeah, I was going to drop a note on the other about shortening the serif on the P. Looks good Erin!
I think you could even go as far as aligning it with the right side of the stem of the E, ifyaknowwhaddamsayin?
@Henric Sjösten You know I did that but decided to split the difference because this looked a smidge more balanced to me.
Your wisdom has been beneficial none-the-less. :)
I dont like editing guys work out of respect, but since you seem to be cool with my input, I did a thing to show what I'm thinking :)
Not only making the P look more like a P, I also like how it adds to the diagonal balance that is made by the positioning of the letters.
@Henric Sjösten I'm a sponge. I'll listen to what others have to say. It would be different if you were not being constructive.
I love all advice/input I can get
In that case, have you tried making the vertical lines just a little bit thicker? They tend to look a bit thinner then the horizontal lines.
I really like this Erin, the composition feels so compact and distinctive. Absolutely love how the 'P' bowl 'points' back into the middle of the 'E', creates a nice sense of movement. I agree with @Henric on the weight of the verticals, just to compensate for the natural optical illusion.
That is great. You could put it on a hat.
Love this mark!!
9 months ago
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