Some other lettering researches, once again for a mural for Paris Fire Brigade, but another station this time (11th district).
over 1 year ago
They're all quite lovely!! I was wondering when you would post something new!
ah...LOVE seeing this stage of work..
Your work is wonderful
Ditto my comment from your previous post! What awesome exploration. So many stellar options.
Your pen looks like an illustration on the paper. Weird!
amazing work, no more words!
by Joachim Vu
Here is a rough sketch for one of the murals I have to do for Paris Fire Brigade. I was mostly working on the placement of all the elements, so some things may change in the final. Will probably make the three objects at the bottom bigger, and maybe keep the lettering on a curved baseline like I did in some attempts in my last shot, to give a better impression of depth. The wall it will be painted on is pretty big, I hope it will looks good !
over 1 year ago
@Carl @RaitG @Serji @Ady @Roberto @Florin Thanks all for the nice words!
@Faheema Thank you, and hope it was worth the wait! What about your alphabet?
@Garrett Sketching is when you can get really creative and explore things, that's my favorite part too!
@Drew Thank you, glad you like it :)
@Ryan Well thanks again then ;)
@Mitch Haha, I don't actually have the skills to draw that!
Great stuff, Joachim!
Just discovered your work, I love it.
These are nice studies, Joachim. Where can I get that pencil?!
Definitely was! I will get working on it again, was on a little hiatus since the start of Ramadhan :)
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase Thanks Emir! Nice to hear :)
@Andrew in any art supplies shop I guess, this one is a 0.3mm UNI mechanical pencil, not mine and I indeed enjoyed to work with it!
@Faheema I'll look forward for it then ;) get back to work!
@kirk thanks again ;)
Great explorations Joachim.
@Michael Spitz Thanks :)
Um, this is amazing (and sorry for abusing the 'like' button on all of your shots in a row). Love, love that top left one but all of them have something to like. The overall style exploration is so varied too, it's wonderful to look at.
Thanks @Claire ! Top left one is my favorite too, but I feel like it wouldn't have fit well with a background scene and objects around. I think this type of lettering needs space around to really pop up due to its very thin weight, but I really enjoy drawing those letters!
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