This is the sketch chosen by the client with its vectorized outcome.
I tried to keep a natural marker-made feeling by making each letter individually to provide variety through the type, and adding some little imperfections in stroke endings.
I also slightly rounded most of the stroke junctions and endings to give more flow and softness, barely noticeable at small and medium sizes, but pretty obvious at bigger ones.
You can see a full size image in attachments.
Let me know what you guys think of it!
9 months ago
Love the final outcome, good stuff!
It came out really nice, I guess they decided on the name change after all haha
I like the stroke ends a lot
That is SOLID! Great piece!
Cool as previous!! @Joachim Vu
Great work, love the final.
I really love it. I love how you've shown from sketch to marker to final vector art work. Very cool.
There is one thing that feels off to me; I wish there was a gap, or more of a circle at the top of the ampersand.
I also love how you overlayed the logo on a textured background to help give it the feel it was made with a real marker.
I take it back. After looking longer the top of the ampersand matches well with the tops of the Ls and the K.
@Josh @Mike @Mark @Tobia @Jason @Blake Hey thank you all guys!
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