Doing some fun poster design. Should I keep "JINGLE BELL" flat or add the stereotypical "offset dropshadow" in a lighter screen?
Also, I know these fonts pairings are overused. So sue me.
over 1 year ago
what teh heck is a jingle bell pepper? i want one.
@rogie you've never jingled your peppers?
Check your alignment, brah. Peppers is noticeably off-center. The other lockups look off center too, just not as noticeable.
@Joshua Krohn I just checked it, and PEPPERS is converted to outlines & centered, outside line work is exactly the same distance from the edge.
I see what you're talking about, although I don't think it's as noticeable as you describe. I believe it's because of the open curve of the S verses the flat stem of the P. I'll shift it a bit right and visually correct it. Thanks!
Nice vintage vibe. A thought on the design. What if you brought the "Deck The Halls" closer to "Jingle Bells"?
@Chandler Van De Water Weird. After looking at it, I took the 2x shot into Ps and the line to the left edge of the P was 89px but the line to the right edge of the S was 96px.
@Joshua Krohn that's just poor cropping on my part. ;)
by Chandler Van De Water
Full design attached.
over 1 year ago
@Justin Ellis thanks for the suggestion, I've reworked things in the rebound.
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