Trying to work out personal logo.
Thanks in advance!
about 1 year ago
Looks great... as always.
It's fantastic, though I get a tattoo vibe from it, which I would think is not what you're going for. It's also very dense visually, perhaps too much so. The innards of the "O" appear cluttered, and the Ss vary too much stylistically—the only connection I see between them is the shape of the top curve. The thicks and thins of the Ss are also inconsistent. If you look at the stress of the top right of each S, the top S goes thick/thins down/grows thick, whereas the bottom goes thin/grows thick/stays thick. The middle of the top S is too thin when compared to the bottom S, and the bottom curves are too different.
But again, great work. Looking forward to seeing this developed further.
Hmm, I see now why the O is "cluttered." To match the denseness of the rest of the identity. The letter is quite large; perhaps toning the scale down would compensate for this and allow you to leave the counter more open.
Looks great to me (Y) congrats! great style
This shit rules.
@Hugo den Ouden @Alan Guzman @Drew Melton Thanks buddies!
@Kyle Kargov Thanks for your proper comment, I mostly agree with lots of points, just want to mention that I'm just trying to catch some commong things in this stage of sketching as I always do. Just trying to find the common rhythm and form, I don't care much about keeping thickness and some detailes on that stage, I do it later while polishing the basic, guess you know what I mean. Thanks anyway, much appreciated!
really great start! really shows your work/talent off too!
Ochen zdorogo @Sergey!
I feel it's a little too wild. The 2nd s is great. But the p looks like another s. The r's and e's are not consistent.
@Dan (Hypagraphic) Yeah, I like it wild and incinsistent. Consistense isn't always needed especially when you try to do something not-like-a-font looking, expressive, lively and charismatic.
@Sergey Understood. In that case you've achieved the look.. I just thought it could perhaps be toned back a bit for better readability.
@Dan (Hypagraphic) Agree. Thanks for your comment!
Glad to see you doing your personal logo now :),i bet its super hard,and i love the flow of this a lot!! looks wild and only thing maybe to adjust is that "p" letter thats all,but am sure in future refinements u will nail it down as u already know it.
@Sergey Shapiro it looks very "you", however, as you are the master at many styles, I'd like to see something different, more interesting, new, unique.
Of course I think it's beautiful, same with nearly everything you do, but, I just have this craving for something with a bit more pizazz.
@Sergey Shapiro Thanks for the explanation, always interesting to discover other designers' methods. You're a master of the pen—I can't wait to see this progress.
That shit cray.
Really liking this a lot man. I'm with @Rogie on creating something fresh/different than what you typically create. I'd go as far to recommend just using your last name.
Excellent work as always, keep it up!
So beautiful Sergey, truly. I love everything about it. The 'S's' are especially gorgeous.
Really expressive and amazing.
really cool work
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