Cant say much about this right now but I'm loving the direction so far. I have a few other concepts to work on before finishing this up. Let me know what you think.
over 1 year ago
Loving those swirls! I'd try bumping the line thickness of the leaves down to match the rest of the ornamental background…maybe the skull would pop through a little more then.
Wow. This is beautiful.
Loving the compas aspect. Something feels strange with the E.
Keep up the great work!
@Karl Noelle I totally agree I'll tweak that line width.
@Jim Leszczynski What do you feel is off with the "E"? I want it to be just right.
I would give you feedback, but I can't seem to find anything out of place...Great job bud.
@Zach Roszczewski You Rock man!
Looking real good man!
@Adam Grason It might just be inherent to the character. But the way the top and bottom of the crossbones interacts with the negative space to the left is unbalanced in comparison to the other letters. I think a little tinkering with tousle surrounding the letter might help it breathe. (super fine detail / non-designers won't notice / you made a great fraking piece)
by Adam Grason
Here is another version.
over 1 year ago
These swirls are killing it! But those straight lines are a lot simpler and help the skull stand out (from your rebound above)
I also agree with the lettering comments. It's really close, but something doesn't feel right.
Perhaps the center line on the E could be a big longer.
The S feels really skinny.
The angles on the W being 45° angles seem different than the angle on the N (that's closer to a 35°?) Play with that?
I think the biggest thing is the space around the NESW with those floral ornaments. The branch like arms squish those gorgeous letters...
But your style is wild, and however you fix it will be badass, cuz this is already super dope. RAD SHIT :D
Great work Adam!
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