f is looking too heavy. What else duves?
10 months ago
This is type, not lettering btw.
Did you try doing something to any of those two capital "C"? not really digging the repetition. You could try give one of those priority and edit the other one to be a bit less prominent.
Hope that helps dude!
In line with Estie's comment, the swashes are all located on the far left, making the whole feel visually imbalanced. If all title case swashes stay, I'd be curious to see a flourished alternate on the 's', maybe the 'a'.
The first 'l' in 'College' feels a tad awkward with the loop and the 'ol' connection.
It's beautiful regardless. Good luck with your tweaks!
Dudepal looking good. Really like the overall vibe. I'm sure this'll be a huge hit when it releases. Just a few things I'm seeing:
- For the /f/ you could try doing a top loop (like in the /l/ ) to even it out the weight.
- The /th/ in "the" feels a little off-kilter as if the /t/ is not slanted as much as the /h/
- /A/ feels a bit narrow
Dig what you did with those lower case o's. Almost wanna see more of that looper thinger coming through...
i feel like the r, h, and n might be slightly too narrow. But I could be wrong, I'm not wearing glasses right now haha.
All good comments! Thanks for da feedback. ^______^
@Mattox Shuler Probably won't release this (just for a one-off project), but thanks!
Don't know if this has been mentioned by anyone off-Dribbble, but what about looping the 'f', much like the 'l'?
Having the capitals fall below the baseline feels really awkward to me - as does them ending before the ascender heights.
I agree with giving the "f" a similar loop to the "l". Also, the titles over each "i" optically feels a bit too large.
The "e" seems a little wide, and slightly taller the the bar of the "h"
maybe it's just optically
r and h slightly narrow?
I start teaching a summer program at CCA tomorrow.
Seeing this across my dash at this moment feels serendipitous.
Not sure if it's the "t" or the "h" or the connector between them, but that pair feels a little janky/off parallel.
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