Still working on a logo. Client asked to make it closer to Victorian curly style, so I decided to work this point out and find a proper rhythm and flow on a copy paper with a pencil. Final stage will be shown soon I hope:)
Btw, this is for www.vectorian.net
10 months ago
Хорошо движется, интересно глянуть конечный)
If this doesn't end up on a tshirt, I'm going the flip the shit out.
@Logan Johnson Thank you.
@Anton Barulenkov Спасибо, Антон. Посмотрим, думаю, выйдет хорошо:)
@Stéphane Reverdy Not sure it will. The logo is mainly for http://www.vectorian.net project. But who knows:)
Excellent work Sergey!
Lovely! Sergey could read my mind ;-)
And by the way, I'm thinking to make a tshirt when the logo is finished, I would be proud to wear it.
Also, good to see a real draft on twitter, not too polished and quickly scanned.
Great work, and fun name.
Very nice. I think it's more appropriate for them too. If it's the same company, vectorian.net, I've bought high quality vintage vector ornaments from them. Good stuff.
Inka > Yes, this is for Vectorian.net, the vintage ornaments you bought. I'm glad you liked it :-)
so delicate but strong. really awesome work.
Love this bro - love the curvy lines.
Man, seeing your work always makes me want to break out my pencil and pad. Awesome stuff - appreciate it!
by Sergey Shapiro
Polishing vector, working with balance, thickness, kerning and etc.
My eyes tired of a bit... suggestions?
Attached is the version without texture.
10 months ago
Отличненько. И как раз под стать самому сайту. Будет круто.
Really nice! @Sergey Shapiro
Really love this, Fantastic work
This is insanely good for hand made! I wish I had one tenth of your skill sir!
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