This looks much better. I love you 'y' and the way it connects.
10 months ago
reminds me of @Rogie
This has a really great feel to it.
On a very subjective note, I feel the loop of the “e” in staying a bit too much in the back. I'd like to feel the “e” and the “l” have been drawn in a single gesture! A bit more, at least. I just feel their curves could relate more to each other.
@eric what do you mean by "in the back"?
@Matthew Smith This came out great. You nailed that l to the a. Good stuff.
Way better! The 'y' looks like it's doing a 'fist-in-the-air cheer' :)
@Matthew Smith really like what you've done here. As a self proclaimed master of "R"'s, this "R" isn't really doing it for me. I love the rest, but something seems more kiddy or childish about the "R"
I think fudging on the accuracy of your script and bringing the leg of the "R" out a bit might help with the "kiddy" problem. Also, something about the left side of the bowl of the "y" feels inconsistent. I'd love to take a stab at this. +@Rogie @Matthew Smith
@rogie thanks man. Any specific suggestions? I definitely want to strengthen and not be childish. It should be youthful but robust.
Also, I love the choice of the colors. Well done!
9 months ago
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