Trying to get better at typography, so decided with @Faheema Patel to make the alphabet A-Z.
Soon followed with more letters :)
Feedback is welcome and appreciated!
12 months ago
Beautiful. Dig the falling leaves :D
Thanks @Mike Cummings !
Nice one !
Thanks @Joachim Vu! Quite challenging to draw on paper than using the Wacom all the time haha
Nice type ;) long time not drawing on paper :/
@Nick Kumbari thanks! You should try it with some music on, very relaxing :)
yep i will try ;) keep up the good works!
@Nick Kumbari looking forward, keep me updated!
challenging maybe but so much rewarding ! And this style of illustration just wouldn't look as good if it were digital. Will look forward to your next ones !
Thanks @Joachim Vu, I did wanted to make it digital later on though.. but I see your point that you get this sketchy feel which I'll lose if I do it digital.
Beautiful! Looking forward to the whole collection.
Great! In my opinion there's something so real about drawing it yourself, instead of Photoshop, that feels good. Love @Faheema's letters, looking forward to seeing yours also!
@Joseph Alessio thanks! yea that's true, so you suggest to let it drawn rather than vectoring it?
@Jennifer in this case, yes! Since it's just a personal project (won't need to be scaled up like a logo would for use on signage, posters, etc.), and the fact that it would take quite a while to vector! So much beautiful detail
@Joseph Alessio true, I thought of eventually printing some of it or making a small book of the project :)
Yea, it's quite challenging to vector it, maybe that's why I also want to do it haha.. I need to think about it. Thanks though, appreciate your feedback ^^
@Jennifer Cirpici Hey Jennifer, your works are really great. Glad to see you here on dribbble! Keep up the lovely stuff! :)
@Fabio Benedetti thanks Fabio! I love your works as well!, especially your newest Iron man one :D
Thanks @Søren Horsbøll Hansen !
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