Do you like with or with out highlights?
over 1 year ago
+1 for with
With..gives it some nice depth.
WITH for sure dude. You nailed this project dude. So good!
yeah yeah, the highlights are nice.
perfect! with highlights for sure!
With man, You killed this one.
With, and I totally love it!
As everyone else, with, and great job by the way.
:D you guys for all the kind words!!
With the highlights. love it!
As always nice.:) I think only word "the" could be a little bit higher from second ones
This is looking awesome Nick!
With highlight! But i would try to make them a little bit smoother. What you think?
quick note: at a glance I was seeing an 'e' when I was supposed to see an 'a'. maybe curl the finishing swoop on the 'e' or keep it from connecting to the left side? Otherwise, digging the with highlights version
I love the gradient !
This inspired me to do some hand drawn text, I've never done the digitalization thing before with it. Pretty fun stuff!
Agreeing with the above comments on with, it works really well with the gradient. Really love how you did that top 't' and its crossbar, beautiful touch! The way the middle swash fits over the 'm' beneath it works nicely too. I wonder if there might be a way to make the 'A' counter a little larger as it almost gets lost in between the heavy strokes (maybe bringing its lower right point down/to the right a bit?)
With looks a lot better, someone has already mentioned but it gives it nice depth.
Highlights are not really the issue. Kerning and stroke widths are more the concern.
@Dan (Hypagraphic) Thanks Dan for the feedback. Where does the kerning and widths bother you?
@Nick A and r is very loose. Same with the t and i. Conversely v and a is quite tight. All spacings could do with some adjustment but these are the main one's that stand out.
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