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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Denz_one, Jul 11, 2005.
I've been practicing bring the letters in tight together. Any other tips mate.
My personal opinion i wouldnt make them so tall either
stop it with the t's horizontal bar on top of the rest of the tag, that shit is corny.
The top of the i?
the top of the t.
The T-U connection is too soft for the style, i know
the t looks off. instead of leaning it to the left, try standing the whole joint up some more
digging this one. shooting the end of the R through the O has some real potential i think.
This might be a little hard to explain, but I think you should practice writing the word rather than individual letters therein to improve your flow. I rarely practice letters but write random words over and over instead. Over time you get a feel for how the letters "fit" together as you write.
As is, it feels like you're writing the letters but not the word. Case in point, the S in bottom left has some style potential but doesn't match up at all with the rest of the letters. You're writing "TAIN" sharply, so adjust your S to match that sharpness or write them all in more rounded form.
need to work on my flow cuz the letters leans on different directions..
Crits would be much appreciated
OWINE: Drop the start at the bottom of the O since it makes it look like a P sometimes. If you're going for angular then make your O angular as well, otherwise, make the other letters round like your O.
LONER: Clean af, legible, nice kerning, and good balance on the L and R shapes. I would just increase the width of the N a bit and fix that D in RBD since it's too angled and not the same size as the rest.
How come I can't see alot of these photos
Thanks SSTRC, much appreciated.
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