Another couple of cool things I've been working on
9 months ago
Cool dude with a 'stache! it's great in many ways!
EDIT: Is it just deception or do the spaces between the C and first O differ between the two?
Very cool and crisp! Love them Matt :)
This is cool!
@Matt Vergotis Awesome explorations, all of them.
If you're looking for opinions, as much as I normally love those little curley-Q strokes at the tops of lowercase O's, I think they come across as a bit chunky and seem to wash out the O's in the version in the left.
The version on the right, however, is just money in my opinion.
Yeah, gotta agree with @Jon Stapp | atomicvibe - right version is the shit.
Lovin all of these Matt! Out of them all of the shots so far, the right version of this one just screams that overall cool vibe. Love it man!
Also agree with @Jon Stapp | atomicvibe Love that right one...especially how that top of the C nestles in so well between the Os.
I read as Coo! Lower element and l forms ! for me.
Some serious skills!
Love this version, particularly the variation on the right. So 70's, in a good way!
@logolic @David Petzold @Deividas Bielskis @Davide Baratta @Justina Valuzyte Thanks champions.
@Suzie Creamcheese haha! cheers. It seems to be a little more open you're right. Both 'oo's were handled separately so it's certainly possible.
@Ella Johnston thanks heaps. That was the hardest challenge when writing the word 'cool'. It has to be exactly that.
@Jon Stapp | atomicvibe @Mitch Bartlett @Jared Granger @Kevin Burr @Joseph Alessio Yeah guys, digging your opinions. I also like the version on the right as it is also, more removed from my other attempts. I thought I'd show both anyway to make the shot a little more interesting.
One more to come - this time edgy/ gritty/ original cool. As apposed to smooth/ curvy/ flowing cool.
by Matt Vergotis
Probably the last in this series. This version I wanted to break out the ruling pen and bring a more edgy, unorthodox cool to the table, rather then the smooth flowing cool I was trying to capture in the previous shots. I wrote this 10 million times and never tired of it. Using ink is too much fun. The underline/ strike through also doubles up to give the lower case 'l' an upper case duality.
9 months ago
another great one!
Love the one on the right
8 months ago
The right side has my vote.
6 months ago
5 months ago
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