! (You posted!) Great to be able to comment on this properly. I can't wait to see what you're planning for this, although it would also work beautifully as a stand-alone character. I love the curvature of the upper loop.. especially how the inner stroke fits alongside the outer one. The weight variation on the thicker bottom stroke is perfect too.
7 months ago
@Claire Haha, thanks (where have you been?!). I planned on taking the inner loop where it stops and continuing with it but we'll see how that goes during the digital process. I have a few ideas but I'm still debating where to take this commercially. As always, I appreciate your feedback. Thanks again.
(Ugh, I have no idea where the days go.) Ooh yeah you mean like extend it into a swash or something? I guess it of course depends what you're doing with it too. Either way, would love to see where it goes (and I'll of course make sure to bug you about it at regular intervals).
@Claire I mean to continue with this loop (http://cloud.chrisburton.me/KeCr) and bring it outside of the main outer loop. I hope that makes sense.
Absolutely, I was just imagining it then turning into some kind of elaborate swash (although I'm possibly getting slightly carried away, haha).
@Claire Hell, I'll try it out in the digital stage.
Great man! Can't wait to see what's coming
@Neil Appreciate it.
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