I don't work with script types very often, they are often very challenging for me. This would be for personal website branding ... it reads Tyler G. Deeb. Too feminine? Do the shapes make sense? Where could it improve? Thx xo xo
2 months ago
Looks cool! I read "Pyler" - but I'm not sure if that's just me.
The "T" comes off as a "P". Overall I really really like it. It's super clean... vintage yet modern.
Looks sweet, I like where you're heading. Definitely agree with the first two comments though.
Yeah I got a P.
(I GOTTA PEE.)
I don't think it's feminine, and I agree that the T is reading as a P, but it's really well done!
Pyler sounds more tasty then Tyler. It was on purpose ... PSYCH!
Ok ... I hate to loose those loopty loo's, but you guys know waz up.
Quit tryna be fancy, hunh
Other than the comments mentioned above, the little loop at the end of your "b" looks a little wonked out. I only point it out because your other loops and curves seem to be so tight and clean, it makes the one look ill-considered. Great style, overall.
That G is hot fire
@Andrew Harrington Just fixed it a minute a go. Good call, looks way better now.
Looks really impressive! First letter looks like a P though...
I dont think you need to remove the loopty loo's just move them to the left and connect them to make a more fluid T.
Maybe something like this?
@Anton Warkentin Dammmmmn Homie. Thanks for the solid advice.
A little tight in the "yle" area? The loop of the L feels a little mini too compared to the jumbo bowls on the b and y. Lots of awesome weird letterforms in there though, don't lose them!
@Pedale Design Any Time...isn't that what dribbble is here for? :)
i dig this a ton! definitely unique shapes. looks like you should be doing more script. :)
This is freaking great. I almost feel bad just mentioning that the T might pass at a P.
about 1 month ago
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