Large View + process photos: http://seanw.es/JsY6
Plenty I will tweak in vector form, but I'm pretty happy with the hand rendered progress.
over 1 year ago
Lovely!! @Sean McCabe
nicely done, Sean.
I love the "A," it makes me happy.
That is gorgeous...agree with Sarah on that 'A.'
this looks HOT !
diggin' that A!
Great looking type, Sean. I'd watch the letter spacing in Erin. It's looking a bit too condensed compared to Audry. Overall all though, some great flow.
@Andy Anzollitto Will be sure to give it a thorough look in vector form. It's partially this angle that makes the second word in the foreground appear to have thicker letters that are further spaced as well.
Love it! Agree with everyone else about that A and love that E as well! The flow of everything is great too. Love your stuff.
Audry looks great. I'm seeing a "w" in Erin though.
Yeah that A is sweet. I need to get some of those pens so I can design like this
very nice solution for the A :)
I envy you :)
Slick hand styles...
Nice and clean. Lovely.
by Sean McCabe
Large View + more images: http://seanw.es/Judm
There's been a lot of tweaks from the hand rendered version—both small as well as moderate changes. Many of the letter pairs have had their spacing fine-tuned for optimal legibility. I also adjusted the "A" from what was in the sketch version. I kept it's unique form, but reworked it to confirm to the same 12º slant as the rest of the letters. It made a world of difference in the overall balance and rhythm. From some client feedback, we went with a more basic "E", which I was also able to use to form a nice symmetry between the curved descenders of the "E" and "A" for a pleasant balance.
over 1 year ago
@Sean McCabe When do you place your vertical guides? Before doing the design or after you know how far apart they should be?
@Jesús R. Robles Both! Refine and refine. =)
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