Slick type man.
4 months ago
So nice! Mad skills.
Not sure if you are looking for feedback this is just my two cents.
I think it might be important to look at the thick / thin relationship of the letters. The top and bottom part of the "a" should be a lot closer to how the "e" is when going from wide to thin. This applies to the capital "S" as well as to the "r". The cross bar on the "t" also seems quite wide as is should be closer in weight to the thin lines on the "l" and "e'.
If you are trying to make the letters look like they were done in one stroke than the "t" ligature should be dropped down to meet the thin stroke of the "e"
The "l-a" & "t-e" kerning seems quite loose compared to the "a-t" and "e-r".
Solid take on the style Nick.
This is looking great! Hand drawn lettering is awesome, I think it can really reflect the style of a designer, which I think is evident here. Nice work. I echo your thoughts on Adam Trageser's stuff, it's amazing.
@Nick Slater danm dat texture is a beauty.
Stuff like this got you to 10.000 followers broski! Keep on rockin!
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Thanks man for the kind words :D
by Nick Slater
Thank you all for your feedback on my previous shot. I also thought it was hard trying to make your own logo. I hope this is in a better direction.
3 months ago
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