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I had the pleasure of having a piece of lettering and illustration accepted to the newly formed, designer-driven, profit sharing t-shirt company Cotton Bureau. I have two more days to achieve 3 more pre-orders, or nobody gets to sport my intricately crafted design. Would love to see this go to print and worn with pride, I'm not sure why I didn't think to post this here earlier. Here's the link: https://cottonbureau.com/products/practice
I'm trying to use my mark as in an illustration, where I'd like the A & C part seem as if it was chiseled.
If I may say so myself, I think my A is quite okay. But the C is driving me mad!
I'd like to convey the effect in only two colours, and all the c's presented seems a bit off to me. Number 4, of course, is the most sketchy one. Just wanted your take on it, before I go on.
Illustration: Making Pictures
St Bride are hosting a one day conference on Illustration on the 19 June 2012. Come along if you want to see something a bit different... speakers include Linzie Hunter and Ben Flynn (Eine) who create their own iconic hand lettered work. Other speakers include John Lawrence, Kai and Sunny, Nic Rawling, Peter Schrank, Helen Stephens – more to be announced shortly.
Even if its handwritten, what would be a font similar to the one used at the bottom?
I'm working on some custom script and this is my first time trying to pull off something this ornate. I know there are some serious issues with this guy, but I'd love some helping identifying some priority fixes since this goes to print in less than 24 hrs. Any feedback would be very appreciated!
Also, I started cutting away sections of the path where things overlap, to give it a ribbony, dimensional feel. Do you prefer with or without?
I've redesigned my website and I'd like to share with you:
I hope you like it
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The FdA in Visual Communication is a broad course which focuses on three main areas, typography, illustration and graphic design.
Students are taught to work across discipline producing a well rounded, work-ready individual.
There is a real emphasis on work based learning and industry standard practice.
Recent guest lectures on the course have included Catherine Griffiths and Bob Gill.