Working on some type. Trying to get a grid for where I want to take the piece. Pretty happy with the overall feel of this one. Thoughts?
over 1 year ago
I would suggest that the thick stem of the 'h' share the same diagonal as the thin stem on the 'w'.
@Richie Stewart Just noticed that...thanks for the feedback!
My humble suggestion/thought would be - if your wanting to go with something hand drawn then go all out, make it rough and inconsistant. if not try to organise your lettering around some kind of structure.. consistent angles (like Richie's suggestion)..something like that. if this makes any sense. Just my thinking.
@Luke Ritchie Dude thank you so much. I have been wrestling between the two. I really appreciate your feedback man!
Why...what? Why is this so good?
@Adam Grason, I really dig this. My only thought would be that the curves on those tiny little terminations look a bit off. Maybe the curves needs to be smoother and reflect some of the larger curves, maybe they need to be consistently inconsistent (wait...what?), but I think that's the only comment I'd make. Maybe smooth out a few of the curves as well, just to make for smoother lines and transitions from letter to decorative element (as for example, in the left part of the W.) I would also either angle the 'h' to match the W (as @Richie Stewart mentioned) or make the 'h' upright so that all the letters are the same weight.
Looks great so far!!
Now all you have left is What, When, Where, Who and How. I expect them to be done within the hour. ;)
@Nikita Prokhorov BAHAHA Awesome feedback and I will not miss your deadline :)
love it but the space btwn the h and the y bothers me. think the h leg is a bit short? other than that, beautiful work.
This is amazing Adam!
great work, yet again. The corner of the flourish of the "w" seems a bit harsh compared to the flow of the rest. it may be the leg of the "h" that needs to go thin, carried over from the bowl to maintain consistency between the letter forms. The ascender may be it, but I feel like it's the leg.
Maybe also have the tail of the "y" become the flourish rather than adding it to the terminal. Just my 2 cents.
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