First pass at a new logotype project.
I cut my gnarly fingernails just for you guys.
10 months ago
Love crossbar treatment on the 't'..very nice!
Dude...love it. Like Nikita said the crossbar treatment is great. You could even try it on the end of the 'Z' as well. Great work man.
Gorgeous, love the sketches.
youre ridiculous. love it
You're really getting better and better. Love seeing the progress.
Dayum, you're on fire man... Lovely flow... so perfect already!
p.s. is it for a kitesurfing-related client? Seems like a handlebar/trapeze thing...
This is great.
I definitely agree with Sean. You just keep getting better! It's fun to watch.
awesome @Ryan Hamrick :)
Thanks for all the kind words, guys!
@David Lopez - Thanks for the suggestion, man! A handlebar could definitely work on the tail of the 'z' as well, but I want to say it would be too much. Just too busy, you know? That said, I'll probably throw one on there at some point if for no other reason than to see how it looks. :)
@Sean McCabe @Jeremiah Wingett - Really appreciate that, fellas. Means a lot, truly!
@Ryan Hamrick - your work is amazing. I mean it.
Bit late seeing these, but love this shot and all the attachments. The lower curve on the 't' hooking under the rest of the word is such a beautiful touch. The 'e-z' is fantastic too! The integration of the trapeze as the crossbar could so easily not have worked, but you've pulled it of brilliantly.
Sorry for the lack of constructive comments, but it's hard to find anything! Maybe the very end of the 'z' feels slightly out of place being so thin compared to the other more brush-like stroke terminals of the main lettering, but on the other hand, it goes really well with the end of the crossbar lines..
9 months ago
by Ryan Hamrick
Trapeez logotype progress. Little curve cleanup and we should be good.
9 months ago
Love this! Thanks for the work in progress too!
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