Hey guys, I need some fresh eyes on this. I've got some mixed feelings and want some opinions and recommendations. Anything goes...
about 1 year ago
Go Matt, go.
I can dig the letters over all, just not sure connecting them all is doing it for me.
Also, I could totally see the curve in the top half of the C potentially working in the N and U some how...
There's something strange about it. I think there seems to be too many curves going in different directions, and that's making things look a bit wonky. For example, between 'n' and 'u' you've got a straight end which curves up into the u, whereas in the 'i' to the 'n' connection it's the opposite way around, rather than being a straight line from the 'i', curving up to the 'n'. Also the 'ti' connection looks like it goes below the baseline for some reason, I'm sure it's an optical illusion but still strange. I think you could probably lose some of the connections and it would still work, that or make sure the joints are all following the same direction / flow. I don't even know if that makes any sense. I really like it, by the way :)
Love the concept (specifically the name, unique spelling and idea that the fonts are connected ). However, it is an odd combo of straight lines and curves. I think the whole thing needs to "rounded" especially at the joints. Don't go too far, it'll look like you made a logo out of spaghetti. Here's a nice page from a 1935 cursive writing handbook. I like "common" on that page, but needs more weight and variation in the liine. http://www.iampeth.com/books/palmer_method_1935/palmerMethod_1935_page35.html
Thanks everyone, good ideas all around. I'll post revisions soon.
I don't think the rhythm is working out to well especially in the ligatures . . . some are round, some are square, kinda choppy.
SO GOOD BUT SO MANY BLURRY PIXELS.
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