Polishing vector, working with balance, thickness, kerning and etc.
My eyes tired of a bit... suggestions?
Attached is the version without texture.
over 1 year ago
It's rad, but something seems off about the texture applied.
M A R V E L O U S !
@Steven Schroeder Thanks Steven! Attached non-texture option.
@Muhammad Ali Effendy Thank you Ali!
Looks epic. Maybe the flick on the 'n' is a bit forced, as if it's not natural, but I'm not sure...
Looks really great though!
@Peter Tait It's more for balance. Thank you.
Ah, I love the non textured one. I also don't think it would look bad with some texture, I just think this texture felt a little off for this style.
This turned out great! I really love the non-textured one.
Looks great Sergey!
I think the a/n could use a little space and r/i may have a bit too much, but otherwise its great! That t crossbar rules!
Would look perfect without the texture. Still amazing!
I really like it. My only feedback would be to add a little more emphasis/thickness to the word 'vectorian'
I still love it, but I prefer the non-textured version. Agree with Shaun too, a little more thickness on the word vectorian would be great. It looks a little more fragile than the draft version.
The vertical strokes of the n need a little more weight to balance with the i and a. The counter in the n could be a little more open with the base stroke opening slightly more. That'll probably help the final stroke feel a little more natural also.
Must admit, looks perfect to me dude. Great stuff.
Fresh as always.
Once again Sergey, you nailed it.
So good! Has a really authentic feel of penmanship to it. Any chance the 'n' could connect to the bottom flourishes?
Cool! @Sergey Shapiro
Just catching up with your latest shots, love the style of this one (those swashes..!) The way the 'V' and 't' crossbar connect is really great too. The only thing I was going to mention was the spacing like @John Kane Smith touched on, I think 'ria' (especially r-i') feels a little bit loose compared to the start of the word. Otherwise the letterforms and curves all look beautiful.
Thank you all for your comments and opinions, truly appreciate it!
@John Kane Smith @Claire Coullon Thank you very much and I absolutely agree with both of you, AN needs more space but RI and IA need less space. Thanks again!
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