almost 2 years ago
A special thank you to @Drew Melton for allowing me to rip off his fleurs from here: http://drbl.in/dsPL Thanks for the love(times4).
Ahhh that's great, the curves on the type are so natural!
very detailed! love it!
great , perfect
@Ryan Wheaton Thanks man.
@Avi Jacob Thank you. I took a while with those. Still need to make some refinements.
@Yoga Perdana Thank you.
@Brian Steely Thank you so much man. That means a lot.
@Igor Ivankovic The detail took a while. I am glad that you appreciate it.
@Hossein Yektapour Perfect? WOW. That means a great deal. Thanks.
Really nice work @kirk, I love the F-L connection. The flourishes are great, and that "r" looks so nice too, that's a tough letter to get right. +1!
Amazing job Kirk! Yeah, the F-L is great. I love the 's' also, but I feel like the bottom loop should come in tighter to the left side of the letter. Overall, extremely well done!
@Joseph Alessio Thank you. I was trying to make them tie together and I was happy with how they turned out. I didn't feel like I was forcing it.
@Jeremiah Wingett Yeah, I see your point. It would look a little cleaner. Where were you before I inked this? Damn man. haha. Thanks for the feedback. I hate cursive 's's.' They suck.
now you need to vector that bad boy!
@Nick Slater That's the plan baby. I just need to get in the mood. haha. And, I need to scan it.
Amazing script! nice work!
@Pete Adams Thanks man.
Good to see some new lettering! Absolutely love that 'F-L' connection, it's so beautifully executed. The little loop inside the bigger loop (good terminology here huh?) at the bottom of the 'F' stem is such a nice touch. The 'r' is particularly good too, gorgeous curve.
@Claire Coullon Aw, the seal of approval. I love it. Thank you for the literation of words. I got you. It makes sense.
Polygamist? :) great work.
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding haha. One wife is hard enough. I couldn't deal with multiples.
Amazing! @kirk visola
@Tobia Crivellari You're too kind man. Thank you.
Thanks mate! I really like this piece! @kirk visola
Thanks @Chris. I appreciate that. This stuff is fairly new to me, so I'm trying to learn as I go.
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