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maroy's picture

Any critics are welcome.

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Wadim Kahlkopf's picture

Hello Maroy,

for me it`s like http://typophile.com/node/15526 perfect too. It`s well balanced and the space betwenn "M" and "a" is right to hold in tension.
For purpose... i would guess it for fashion or singer? :o)

Dav's picture

Not to sound too harsh, but, to me, it looks kinda 'sloppy'.. Not 'bad', but it looks like what it is.: Soft, but slightly sloppy, casual handwriting.. ( Especially the second 'a', in 'Makara'.. ) Maybe try to clean it up some more and refine it..

Dav, formlos

Dan Weaver's picture

Dav is right, at least make all the a's agree. For $9 you can get anyones handwriting digitalized. Good start now more work

timd's picture

The problem with digitizing handwriting is that it almost always has the appearance that Streamline gives, antiseptic and 'cleaned-up' which is precisely what you don't need, plus the lack of difference between characters – no-one writes exactly the same character twice.
There are some areas where that feel is reproduced in your logo; the counter of the first a where the loop doesn't quite lead to the k and the ar ligature has an awkward kink just before the loop of the r. The overall appearance is good but there is room for improvement, I think you should look at making the second a wider (possibly wider than the other two to compensate for the complex joining structures).
Tim

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