Making a t-shirt lettering for a seller from Hong Kong and just noticed that I wrote it incorrect with unwanted "S". It must be written as Teelocker. What a pity:)
Written with Tombow brush pen and Copic multiliner 0.25 mm
over 1 year ago
Great work again Sergey !
Looks amazing, yeh, the s is pretty cool...
Great as usual. I've never worked this way on a type, by not drawing a letter but writing it then refining the strokes with a liner, it's so dynamic and nervous, I need to try this one day.
Love seeing the process again! So now I need to go get me some of those pens! lol!
so it's retouched after you wrote it? because some of the details are insane.
That is beautiful!
I just want to see one video of how you hold these brush pens while doing your scripts. So great.
Gorgeous! I think the better solution is for them to change their name.
So sergey love it!!
@Mathieu Brg ▲▼▲hi @Jerome Collinge @Ryan Greene Thank you guys!
@Joachim Vu I guess we all choose the ways those are better and more convenient for us and sometimes we accidentaly find something new and interesting:) This proper and monotonous refining the strokes with a gel pen or multiliner is kind of meditation for me:)
@Mike Jones Tell them about me when you will order it, they should pay me for advertisement:)
@Kossyo Kokalanov Yes I retouched some parts of the lettering, thanks Kossyo!
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding Thanks Rudy!
@Parmilla Gnanasekaran Thank you Parmilla!
@Ryan Hamrick Ryan, I hold the tools in a different ways and it depends on the style and details I'm going to get finally:)
@Eugeny Kavalerov @Jarno Fabritius Thanks guys!
@The Prince Ink Co. Haha, will suggest it them:)
@@Luis Lopez Grueiro Thanks man.
@Rob Wootten Later a bit;)
So much style, man! Love the subtle graffiti-esque look about it.
@Kevin Burr Thanks buddy!
Agree with @The Prince Ink Co. about the name change, clearly the best solution. Beautiful shot by the way, I love how the ink looks too!
Love this font!
Woah man, u keep surprising me with ur skills!
@Eddie Lobanovskiy Thanks man! Sometimes I surprise myself, haha:)
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