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There's been a lot of tweaks from the hand rendered version—both small as well as moderate changes. Many of the letter pairs have had their spacing fine-tuned for optimal legibility. I also adjusted the "A" from what was in the sketch version. I kept it's unique form, but reworked it to confirm to the same 12º slant as the rest of the letters. It made a world of difference in the overall balance and rhythm. From some client feedback, we went with a more basic "E", which I was also able to use to form a nice symmetry between the curved descenders of the "E" and "A" for a pleasant balance.
8 months ago
HUGE fan of your work @Sean! Really like your process shots along the way. :)
Very cool @Sean McCabe would be awesome to see your process of making it vector based. :D
Great improvements here. Nice work, and love seeing it polished.
Beautiful, nice work!
I love all of your work. Would you mind sharing a couple books or resources you might recommend to someone who would love to be able to learn a bit of what you know?
Great resolution, Sean. I really enjoy the rhythm of the connectors on the Rs and I.
This is boss sauce!
Dear god that is sexy.
There were some very smart decisions here, all improvements. It's amazing how much a consistent angle can tighten things.
That "A" couldn't work any better - truly killer, Sean!
Nice work, pal. Looks stellar!
This is beautiful Sean, people underestimate how difficult this actually is.
Many thanks to everyone for the kind comments!
@Garrett Godsey You may be interested in my Learn page: http://seanwes.com/learn.
I plan to update it in the near future, but the current information may still prove helpful.
Ah, perfect. Thank you sir :)
very well done!
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