I was going to draw out Rod Serling but got kinda caught up drawing out The Twilight Zone Logo instead =D
I’m going to still draw him out but I’m going to include this logo in the next piece. Once I started, I just wanted it to look better and better until a couple hours past by without me noticing LOL
Shout out to my partner in crime Mr. Kyle Haro!!!
I’m doing my best to keep up with this guy! and it makes it more fun. It’s cool swapping stories with somebody working on the same weekly challenge.
You can check out Kyle Haro’s portfolio here:
This was my first time trying to draw out some text. I normally use the PenTool for such projects but since I’ve been using the DynamicSketch tool lately, I thought I’d give it a go. It didn’t work for me right away but once I got the hang of it, things started to move along quickly. Above you can see my method for building up this text based logo.
This was very different from the last couple of posts. That’s what’s the most fun about WacomWED to me, just trying out different styles. Now I know I can layout text a bit quicker, in a more “flowing” fashion, with my tablet. I’ve always used the PenTool or InkScribe for these types of projects but sometimes I want to just drag a pen around rather than pecking around with my mouse.
I used the Dynamic Sketch Tool by Astute Graphics
If you would like to know more about #WacomWED, make sure to check out the first post here:
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