Practice makes perfect amirite? Just playing with some scripties and Tuesday is doodle day!
11 months ago
some nice practicin' going on there, Joshua.
Damn you and your 'casual' doodles. These look beautiful! That bigger one on the right side is just stunning, but you've done a really nice job on all of these in giving flourishes and fun shapes to a 'T' without it turning into a 'J'. Impressive work as always.
Maaan! This is sweet, @Joshua! Wish my finished work came out this good!
Are they finally upgrading that label?? Glad you're involved, very excited to see where this ends up!
wovv. nice job
They all look so predy!! The biggest shaded one is rather nice! Tuesday is 'doodle' day...doodle you say, I guess practice really does make perfect if these are doodles
Damn your such a bawes!!! Love it man!!
How does one become such a boss?
Loving the flow of that right one.
Big on the right is a winner.
Maaaan ... sweet.
Love em. Top right and middle left are my favs by a mile
impressive and inspiring as always!
So good. What a lovely collection of sketches on the one page. Agree with @Claire Coullon about the large one on the right being the money design. Well done
Love this kind of sketch!! Cool mate! @Joshua Bullock
I'm also quite fond of the second one down on the left
What's that pencil you're using?
Looking tasty Joshua!
This is one of those shots I wish were contracted and that these were options for the client. Their current logo could use some Joshua-Bullock-ification™
@Joshua Bullock REALLY liking all of the choices on the right hand side. The lower right is my favorite...it might be just a bit too swashy, but I still dig it, hard.
Thanks for the kind words folks. Actually this is just an exercise but if anyone knows Tito I'd love to chat with him! ;)
@Ryan Rushing - It's a drafting lead holder. I got this one at the local blueprint supply shoppe but they can typically be had at Michael's, etc. Did a full dressing-down of my normal supplies over here.
@Rogie - Thanks mate! ;) Actually still have some tweaks I'd like to do but I typically throw several things around to try and hone in on something I'm digging. That lower-right iteration got a shade more treatment - seemed to have more character. And a #hattip to my bro @Carlos Arellano for suggesting I flesh that one out. Started with a brush pen so it's got a different flow than the others.
This T in the top left corner is magic. It almost doesn't look as a T anymore, but still perfectly readable. Sell those sketchbooks on ebay and get some cash man !
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