Even bars. Use even bars.
Even bars. Use even bars.
Sick can i show you the one i did without a ruler.
@female - u dont need to ask just post it
Using even bars, I already got that the top bar of the S is way too big and the O looks more like a D. Anything else?
Yeah but you know how people are on the internet so i'll just pm it to you diesel
Eh, im not really a fan of how it came out. the 3d shouldnt be pink. it makes the red in the 3d hard to see. but hey, crits welcome
example- what dont you understand about the word "simple"? cause honestly that looks like trash
@ example can't read it, only letters i see are the a's and the n's, but i actually like the red and pink in fact thats all i like, everything else is bad. looks like you might be forcin style that you aint got skill at yet too hard, instead of focusing on your lettering
Last edited by ribcage; 12-21-2010 at 10:55 PM.
I like nothing about that piece...
so i started back in november, trying to see if im progressing along the right track, or just getting worse. i took some random flicks of my book, they're in order of when they were done
a few throws:
supposed to be a backwards two and an upside down L
same deal with an upside J as well
and some quick/shitty 3d attempts
Fresh from the box. I try to pay attention to letter structure, bars, and size alignment (keyboard letters, etc). I fill my book with pages of handys and basic block letter experimentation. I read books, mags, and pieces online regarding the history of writing every chance I get. Some of my first pieces ever, crit me hard brothers.
First attempt at anything that looks like anything
A couple handys and a basic block keyboard lettering
My main problems are with my S in general (making it look good and modifying it at all), and somewhat with my Y. I try basic mod experiments with my W, E, and Y by bending the bars in different directions but I can't figure out how to add a similar effect to the S. Any suggestions along with plenty of crits are welcomed openly.
@swey the left of the W in the first pic is too big and the E might be uneven then again it could be my eye sight
I'm a hot and bothered astronaut crashing while jacking off to buffering vids of Asher Roth eatting apple sauce
Yeah, I definitely need to work on evening my spacing, bar length, and alignment. Just clued in to bubble letters somehow / for some reason last night before I went to bed..
the bubble letters in the 2nd pic look pretty even. the S may be too small.
Last edited by Female; 12-22-2010 at 09:50 AM.
ayy female my computere wasnt working last night when i get home ill crit that piece
yo sway, don't worry about doing bubble letters just yet. You had the right idea on your first post, using bars, etc. For your S, it doesnt have to be curvy, knahmean? make the top bar and bottom bar even and then throw in the connecting diagonal piece. I'll draw somethin up for you. And you don't have to do your W's like that either, with them slanted outwards...they take up a lot of space when you do them like that. And work on that handstyle, don't force it though. You can't get good overnight.