Seal Applied

12 Responses

  1. Jeremy Loyd Jeremy Loyd

    Previous and revised seal applied to a corrugated shipping box.

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    over 1 year ago

  2. Jeremy Teff Jeremy Teff

    Very sweet.

    over 1 year ago

  3. Caleb Royce Lummer Caleb Royce Lummer

    dang...

    over 1 year ago

  4. Hey! Hey!

    What a beaut

    over 1 year ago

  5. Cody Moiseve Cody Moiseve

    Wow! This is super sexy. Love the vintage style without looking like everything else!

    over 1 year ago

  6. Rg Enzon Rg Enzon

    Beautiful

    over 1 year ago

  7. Matt Borchert Matt Borchert

    awesomesauce

    over 1 year ago

  8. Trina D. Lambert Trina D. Lambert

    excellent work!

    over 1 year ago

  9. Andrew Hicks Andrew Hicks

    That is one amazing seal!

    over 1 year ago

  10. Just got in the business cards by Studio on Fire. Love em! The cards are letterpressed both sides, duplexed and edge painted. The seal is a clear, tinted varnish. The back pattern is also a silver metallic tinted varnish.

    over 1 year ago

  11. Andrew Colin Beck Andrew Colin Beck

    On the second to outer layer on this seal that bunch of lines raying out from the center. Is there an easy way to do that in illustrator?

    8 months ago

  12. Jeremy Loyd Jeremy Loyd

    @Andrew Colin Beck Good question - yes. Easy? Not so much as you have to kind of cheat. Basically, you create a circle with a stroke only (no fill) – make the stroke pretty thick like 15-20pt so you can see what's going on. Set the stroke to dashed. Then play around with the dash and gap widths - generally 2pt dash and 4pt gap is a good place to start. Then you can mess around with the stroke weight to make the "lines" thicker/thinner overall. The hardest part is that most of the time where the circle completes, the dashes don't align, so it takes a bit of effort. Make sense? Hope that helps!

    8 months ago

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