Something big attached.
over 1 year ago
You know how to impress with your work. Beauty!
WoW!! Simply amazing!!! :-)) @Ryan Hamrick
Incredible! Awesome work as always.
Pretty lucky to have a _k_ at the end of your name, always love seeing how you treat the unique forms it can take.
love me some landau-swashes....i hope this has something to do with the industry post from this weekend ;)
WoW!!! Nice job!
Loving those swashes Ryan.
Lovely stuff! The only thing that bothers me a little is that perhaps the cross-stroke of the 'H' needs some weight? It's so hard to make swashes look effortless, but you sure pulled it off!
Wow, thanks for all the awesome words, everyone!
@Dave Bailey - 'k' is great, but I have a fairly flat and boring set of letters, otherwise. :)
@Jason Carter - Umm...there is no post from this weekend, lol. This weekend kinda kicked my ass. Working on the next one for this coming weekend, but this won't be for it.
haha can't wait
Your best yet.
This is such a beautiful piece, there's just the right amount of expressiveness/restraint on those swashes. Love the balance between the top and bottom too (and that 'r'!)
Also are you kidding – you have an amazing set of letters in your name (I'd love an 'H').
Great job on this one! The swashes are beautiful, especially the repeated parts above and below the letters. The 'k' feels like it has a bigger x-height, due to the high loop, but the shape is really great though.
ooooooooooooooh, that's a soooooooo nice.
amazing stuff Ryan, love those swashes; beautiful letters my friend not boring ones ;)
Gorgeous ... love the symmetry.
Thanks, guys. You always blow me away with the crazy response to the things I'm sometimes not sure about. :)
@Claire Coullon - I love my H! And the k, but with everything in between, I just always feel like I don't know what the hell to do with them, lol.
@Joachim Vu - Thanks, dude! The loop on the 'k' is supposed to extend, I guess, since it's more of a decorative swashing end to the name, but do you think it's too close to the x-height to not look like an accident? Lol.
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