My fall, my fall, how could I miss the "S" in the end of the logo:)
Updated. Also some tweaks done with regards to the capitals "S" and "P".
Custom type, no fonts used.
over 1 year ago
haha, looks great, sergey.
Nah, it's not as good as the work in your portfolio.
jk - much better than the previous version. Well done.
@Colin Tierney Thanks man.
@Christian Annyas Lol, thanks Christian:)
Sergey, you did it again! Really like the change in the "S" and "P", really contacts the letters nicely.
Likie it better without the 's' at the end!
Kidding...HA Ha! awesome work, bud.
Looks much better and smoother now.
how could you miss it? that "s" is the best letter ;)
@Sean Glass Thanks Sean.
@Mike Bruner Mike, I'm sure people enjoy conversing with you! I'm sure you're a great man. Thank you for every word of yours!
@Jovan Petrić Thanks man.
@Henric Sjösten Sometimes it happens bra:) Lot of work after getting vacation make me crazy, lol)
But my point is that capital ‘S’ needs thicker spine. Just because this is not an inverted contrast type. Anyway it works good the way it is now, maybe because of the connection with ‘h’
lovely lookin i say!
How do you do that man?! So consistent in its flow, really nice work Sergey - as always.
@Evgeniy Volkov You're absolutely right Evgeny, this is an optical illusion because of Sh's connection. The "S" is pretty thick though. Anyway thank you for your words.
@Florin Capota Thank you Florin.
@Owen Jones Hard question man, and I don't know the answer, I just do it:) Thanks.
Looks great, my friend.
Ha, no need for an explanation - some people just 'have it'! I enjoy all your updates, keep it up mate!
Awesome! wow wish this was a complete font... and the mockup makes it even better
@Milosz Klimek @Owen Jones Thanks buddies.
@Mykola / Myk Dawg Thanks bro, I'd probably do it with the help of some specialist.
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