Rargh the 'S' is pissing me off! Can't seem to get it right.
about 1 year ago
So good, love the weight,i think the s looks great.
@Kishan Patel - Really? It just doesn't quite sit right with me... but it might just be me looking at it too long. Thanks so much! P.S. love your work.
Digging this. Don't think the S needs the little curly whip at the end though. Just keep it simple. Very nice!
Super digging this Dave... Maybe flip the tail on the S like this?
i'd just smooth the curve on that little loop down the bottom and the inside curve at the top of the S.
This is beautiful, but I agree with you! I think it has to do with the weight of the spine. If you just beef up the spine of the S a little it will carry more weight in that area and draw less attention to it. It's just a little lighter than the p, as well as the h, l, r, t, which I think makes it seem off. P.S. my favorite letters are the t and the r. So rad!
Does the 'S' absolutely need the loop? If so, maybe use the loop embellishment under 'Spirit' as a guide. I think the shape would be more pleasing and harmonious. Good luck- it's quite beautiful thus far!
If it helps any, I like the bottom left from the sketches. The closed loop seems more subtle and cohesive with the words. Beautiful work!
Simply Beautiful, but can't wait to see the rebound. Great Job!
Like it brotha.
Looks good, but I agree the "S" feels a bit out of place. It's almost there, though. Maybe mimicking the shape of the cross bar on the "t" but a hook instead of a loop, like some of your other sketches. Good stuff, @Dave Coleman.
by Dave Coleman
Fixed up the 'S', much happier with it now. Also tweaked the rest. Any more suggestions before it goes to the client?
Thanks @Nick Winters, @Anton Warkentin, @Rowan Hamilton, @Derrick Kempf, @Danielle Evans, @Amber Asay & @Greg Thomas for the helpful advice.
Check out the nice big full colour finished design on my blog: http://dvclmn.tumblr.com
about 1 year ago
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