Branthony Sketch

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  1. Colin Tierney Colin Tierney

    More hybrid naming wedding lettering.

    check it out on in a brush

    for more process shots you can check out my instagram

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  2. Lemur Design Lemur Design

    nicee... which brush you use for this one? :)

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  3. RaitG RaitG

    looks cool
    @Lemur Design I think it's FC brush?

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  4. TAS TAS

    wow ... that's nice

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  5. Mariusz Ciesla Mariusz Ciesla

    Nice!

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  6. Bojan Herceg Bojan Herceg

    great type

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  7. Andy Hall Andy Hall

    Nice type work!

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  8. Joram Oudenaarde Joram Oudenaarde

    Nice lettering! That looks like a pretty steady hand :)

    Could you spill your secret? Did you self-tought yourself or did you take classes for this kind of lettering?

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  9. Rocky Roark Rocky Roark

    Very nice lettering, keep it up!

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  10. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    Beautiful, Colin. Love that 'r'.

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  11. Amber Asay Amber Asay

    @Kevin Burr I was gonna say the same thing! I can't get over that r!

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  12. Alex Tass Alex Tass

    The color, the arrangement, the type itself, great result!

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  13. Colin Tierney Colin Tierney

    Thanks for the comments, guys.
    @Lemur Design @RaitG that would be a Tombow Dual Brush Pen.
    @Joram Oudenaarde self taught with a dash of carpal tunnel.

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  14. Sergey Grigoryan Sergey Grigoryan

    Nice!

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  15. Neil Tasker Neil Tasker

    baller

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  16. Nguyen Le Nguyen Le

    Lettering looks great man, very welled balanced. How many iterations did it take to get to the above result?

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  17. Dennis Cortes Dennis Cortes

    Gorgeous work!

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  18. Colin Tierney Colin Tierney

    @Nguyen Le thanks! and good question. When it's commissioned work like this, I start by drawing the word several times (with a pencil) until I find interesting relationships between the letterforms within the word mark. Then I pour all my pens onto my desk and give each one a crack, emulating to some extent my pencil sketch. After some time, my hand develops muscle memory and while the motion with each pen is consistent, the brush yields different results depending on the makeup. So to answer your question, several iterations.

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  19. Nguyen Le Nguyen Le

    @Colin Tierney ah that's awesome mate. Great insight into your workflow, thanks for sharing :)

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