A quick study inspired by the fantastic work of @Dave Coleman with a little help from http://drbl.in/dZei by @Thom
3 months ago
this type is very organic, and very nice! did you do it by hand? what was your process? If you don't mind me asking.
Oh wow, incredible work dude - you utterly nailed this. Honestly, with the little kicks on the ends of the (very confidant) strokes, the impeccable contrast between thick and thin lines, nicely spaced letters and the even parallel lean; this is work that I aspire to. Straight up.
I love every single one of these 4 letters, but the 'n' is my clear favourite, with the 'o' following close behind. Love the little ball on the end of the stroke in the 'o'.
@Harrison Connally thanks! This was done with a used up sharpie brush marker in basically one take. I shifted the letters a couple of pixs, but other then that, no other touch-ups.
@Dave Coleman thanks! As an admirer of your skills, it means a lot to hear that from you! Btw, I have to say that aside from you being super kind, your work has such sincere emotion—a rare quality.
...Okay enough sappiness for today.
Bg pic fits well:)
Apologies for just liking ALL your shots, haha. I really dig your type work, very solid stuff.
about 1 month ago
@Dan Burgess no apologies accepted! Thanks for the kindness and I'm looking forward to seeing more of your awesome work!
so cool combination
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