Loving the rougher edges on this. Well done!
over 1 year ago
Oh! Simply amazing as always!
@Kassie Wright @Aqib Mushtaq Thanks guys for the support!
This is great! It reminds me of a fingerprint, which is pretty rad too!
Very nice @Nick! Really diggin' the rough look of the type, the lettering, etc. Nice!
@Nick, what the hell? I loved "The Black Forest is Over There." You're killing us. This is awesome as usual kid. Good work.
really nice! :-) @Nick Slater
This is great, the color options are really hard to choose between. I think I like the blue best, personally. How do you get those rough edges?
nick, how do you get the cute squiggly effect to your stroke? from scanning? :o
Thank you all for the kind words!!!
love the roughness and shadowing!
well, it's bad ass, like everything you do! love the rough edges!
I couldn't read it but it looks cool?
Really fun style, love you you've integrated the flourishes! The colouring works really nicely too (I particularly like it in this red version). Like others have said, the rough edges are such a good touch too.
@Claire Coullon Thank you Claire for the kind words! This project was great. Any suggestions on how to make it better though?
@Joseph Alessio @Eileen Tjan Do either of you have a website or skype? I can send some images or show a tutorial if that helps?
here's a dribbble that has a couple comments with screen grabs on how to do the technique: http://drbl.in/dZFQ
@Alex Liebold Greg actually showed me how to do it! It is amazing how if use simple tools you can make something so awesome!
Awesome work, Nick! :)
@Alex Liebold @Nick Slater ooooooo... :)
I don't usually point out things on final pieces but since you asked! The only thing that bugs me a little is the middle area, between 'Wood' and 'Forest'. It feels like the gap there is too big, which is accentuated by those two unconnected strokes. Maybe the 'F' and 't' could have been a bit less tall to reduce that gap? Not sure. Anyway though, the overall composition looks fantastic!
@Claire Coullon :D thank you Claire!!! Your feedback truly helps me become a better designer!
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