I swear I am done after this! Just wanted to try some gradient fades with my LA monogram. I hope you guys approve! Also, I will be making this into a font that includes solid, strokes and bevels.
11 months ago
Really neat stuff here
Very nicely done!
love this one!
Love it! :D
@Nick Slater this is so sick!
Daymm hot type
I hate to do this to ya @Nick Slater, but the blue/white one and the orange/blue one in the previous version were spot on. The shading here is great! But not diggin' the lime green.
Nick, I Iove this, and I'm probably the only one giving some actual criticism... I love the letters and the lightning on them! but the gradients in the back of the type just doesn't work for me, neither do they fit with the letters in 1 composition... they also fade into the background which does hurt the contrast and visual appeal to the typography!
do you tried to light them similarly like the letters upfront, but darker? either that or just a flat or light gradient on 1 surface would work way better.
maybe I'm the partypooper now, but I just tell you my honest opinion!
liked the shading on the back more on the previous ones, cause they were not so overlayed with gradients! just 1 seamless color
Might need a hat with this smack dab on the front!
Pretty fly yo.
Thank you everyone for the kind words! This is was just something for fun to explore some treatments.
This is awesome Nick. The bevels will be sweet as an overlay.
Oh man. This looks sweet.
you are on fire Nick!
whoa! BONER maker.
Best thing I've seen you produce when it comes to lettering.
@Nick Slater dang man. this is beautiful. Nick seriously, your stuff gets better and better. and here i sit and think each time it cant get any possibly better, bro. cheers!
DUDE, I just sharted...this is awesome!
Would you mind! Please Sir, stop clogging up our pages with eye candy so frequently. Go have a surf or skate, take your dog for a walk, spend some time with your missus, take up origami or stamp collecting. Let the rest of us catch up and populate this site with some shots.
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