Large View: http://seanw.es/LSmc
I recreated a design I made over a year ago. Partially as an experiment, and partially to update it for the iPhone 5 screen size because the old one bugged me. Crazy how noticeable the improvement was when I compared the two! No magic secret or shortcut. Just a year of daily practicing was the difference.
6 months ago
Wow thats awesome! Definitely way better
You must not have uploaded yet. Welcome to life: http://youtu.be/IFe9wiDfb0E
Great improvements Sean! I especially like how you've changed the alignment of "outside and your".
Also, I'm sure you gave this thought, but what were your thoughts on making "outside your screen" relatively larger? My initial reaction is to be drawn to the device due to its blocky and condensed lettering, but it seems that the kicker here is the text on the right side.
here here!!! great job.
I really appreciate the thoughtfulness and craft of this.
The implied screen corner at the lower right side is a nice subtlety.
I really appreciate the thoughtfulness and craft in this piece.
So awesome to see skills develop like that over a year. One of the coolest things of being a designer I'd say!
Great to see comparisons like this. The path to a true master craftsman! :)
luv your typo
It would make a great digital illustration. Great job.
5 months ago
Such great improvements. Looks awesome.
I would like a poster of this someday if that is an option!
But like, no it's not... :P
I'd buy this as a TShirt. Just Sayin.
Your style definition has gotten insanely better. Good work and very creative to redo a piece you did last year.
Awesome as usual. Great message.
@Eli Schiff I'm okay with you being drawn to the device initially. That way the visual entry point is at the start of the phrase, and you eventually make your way out to the end.
@Dave Rupert Thanks Dave! I appreciate that.
Thanks everyone for the comments. =)
@Sean McCabe A fine point!
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