Finally had a couple minutes to work on this again. I am playing with getting consistant thick/thin lines and the connection between the 'w' and 'i'. I am not completely against the original connection but want to explore my options. I am also not sold on 'g' swash. Would love any feedback you'll might have.
10 months ago
the only thing i would change is the ligature between the W and I. i think its a bit too low
Thanks for the input @Brandon Moore how do you feel about the literature on the previous version?
yea i prefer the previous one. to me it just looks better being a bit higher. here where its in the center of two letters its kind of odd
@Brandon Moore Appreciate it duder, I am still working it out. I agree that it is odd in the middle. I am going to try some with it all the way down, but I do like the original. I have just gotten feedback that people think it says Euring. Cheers_bob
by Bob Ewing
So here is my final logo. I decided to keep it pretty close to the original script. Stay tuned for a new site and a lot of work that has been missing from the interwebs.
6 months ago
Really love the tail on the G in this version. The mark you've chose though is still strong. Good job all round.
2 months ago
@Euan McConchie Thanks! I decided to keep it more to the original hand-painted script. Really appreciate the kind words.
about 1 month ago
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