So this is what I ended up with from my sketch. Love some feedback. Thx in advance!!
almost 2 years ago
That point in the upper right stroke of the N seems close. Love how the B cups that a.
@scottrainy Good point! i need to fix that. Thanks for the catch.
Dude this looks clean! Question...did you live trace this or what?
Lovely! :-) @Mike Jones
I'm digging how the 't' crossbars interact with the other letters. Not sure about the highlights on 'N' and 'B' though (don't know how else to describe them). This is truly great.
Good to see this Mike, love your 'i-e'! The interaction between the two capital letters is fantastic too. I agree with @Jeff about those highlight/inner strokes on them though. They feel slightly cluttered/unnecessary and the letters themselves are beautiful shapes in their own right.
@Mike Jones I dig this shot bro. By no means am I a "type" guy but I agree with @Claire Coullon and @Jeff Jenkins . Well done though your work is alway inspiring.
Really nice, Mike! Looks great!
@Claire Coullon @Jeff Jenkins So y'all are saying to get rid of all the thinner extra lines yes? & thanks for the feedback everyone!!
@Mike Jones Yes, that's what I was thinking.
@Jeff Jenkins thx bro will get to it.
Very smooth Mike. Did you do it in Ai?
@Darold Pinnock yessir! .Ai it is, & thx bro!
This is sweet. With all the swoops and curls, I would like to see the 'B' connect with the 'n' possibly. It may be a little too much. However, fantastic work.
Hey Mike, this is awesome bro!
This needs a 100.000 likes man.
@Gert van Duinen thanks my brotha! I am trying...lol!
Oh, and ditch those inner lines bro! This fantastic piece doesn't need them!
Beautiful lettering, Mike. Please post the invitation.
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