Custom type done for LoveSent. Wanting to make sure it reads well.
10 months ago
Sweet)) @Sean Farrell
I LOVE how this reads. The "o" is great, but my favorite part is how the "L" flows right down into the "S" and also leads into the "e". Dig it.
Reads awesome. I love how raw it feels.
Love the variation in the strokes of "ove" and "ent", feels raw like @Adam Grason mentioned. I kind of wish that the L and S looked a bit more varied to match!
Regardless, this is great--reads well.
Good work Sean
Wonderful typo work. :)
Hey Sean, there's something about it that just feels unresolved,sorry to be the naysayer on tyhe team, the L-S part in particular.Maybe if you got rid of the loop at the bottom of the L and then increased the loop space of the S on top?.Trying to be constructive over here...
Love it sean! The spacing between the o and the v feels a bit tight compared to the v and the e. Either tighten the v and e up a bit, or loosen the o and v. Hope that helps!
I think the foot of L looks some strange
I love the look, but I read 'Love Seut', instead of Sent.
I hope this makes sense to you...
This looks beautiful! I would agree with @Willem Pirquin though, perhaps the shoulder on the n should scooch to the left a bit? Lovely visual language.
I never for a moment thought it said anything else. #justsayin
@Penina Finger Maybe only Flemish people kan see it. 'Seut' means 'softy' in Flemish.
Heh! I'm not Flemish :-)
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