This is the final sketch I sent to the client for approval. I've attached an image of stages of my process for this project.
over 1 year ago
Love seeing the step by step.
The only thing that really gets me is the rR switch in the middle. Really threw me of until I read the actual word. Have you tried a rr or an RR option?
This is a very challenging ambigram. You did a great job but it still takes some work to decifer.
@Nikita I understand that the double R, upper and lower case is a bit hard to decipher at first, but it's the only means to the solution. I think, despite the sizable challenge, I was able to come up with a successful solution.
@Luma Thank you for the praise and recognition of the challenge of this project. That's why I tried to steer the client towards custom lettering, but alas, the client is always right!
If you are still tweaking, I would try making the r/t wider. That combo should be pretty flexible since the letters are pretty compatible. Running into the adjacent letters is hurting legibility I think.
@Luma The client sent approval, so I'll be doing some fine detail tweaks. Thanks for your input!
by Dave Bailey
Final deliverable to the client. Large version attached.
over 1 year ago
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