Ypsilon

by ArtMachine • Uploaded: Apr. 03 '10 - Gallerized: Aug. '10

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Description: Logo done for practise. This is a vectorized and cleaned up version of some lettering done with a brushpen. "Ypsilon" is the german word for the letter "y". Included in "Los Logos Compass".

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logomotive Apr. 03 '10

Very Nice Artmachine.

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andreiu Apr. 03 '10

nice'n'clear. i like it.

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JoePrince Apr. 03 '10

Love it Julian! Maybe I haven't been checking that closely, but seems like a while since I've seen something from you. Nice to get a chance to look at some more of your work. Cheers!

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Art Machine Apr. 03 '10

Thanks Mike, Andrei %26 Sean. Joe, thank you too. And you're absolutely right, I haven't been able to do a lot of logo work lately. Hopefully that will change.

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mabu Apr. 05 '10

Dammit. There should have been a plus after the A, but I guess the form couldn't handle it. Anywho, beautiful solid craftsmanship Julian. Right on.

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Art Machine Apr. 05 '10

Wow, thanks a bunch mates!

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myway999 Apr. 05 '10

Julian, that is great work and typo!

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milou Apr. 05 '10

so sweet... type work.

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OcularInk Apr. 05 '10

Great job, Julian.

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bigoodis Apr. 28 '10

nicely done type work!

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Art Machine Apr. 29 '10

Much appreciated __**Claude, Milosz, Kevin, Ivan**__ and __**Paul!**__

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JF Jul. 01 '10

Don't know how I missed this one, but it is positively delightful. Very nice clean up work with the brush pen output. I'd be curious to see what this looked like before all that hard work done while refining it.

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Gotty Jul. 01 '10

Looks great even before the refining.

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JF Jul. 02 '10

Holy goodness... What artbrush did you use!? Your output is amazing -- your 'rough' of it is phenomenal. You must have a very steady hand.

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Art Machine Jul. 02 '10

Thanks a bunch, guys. Appreciated. *JF, Thanks. It's a typical brush pen which you can get in almost any art shop. Well, sometimes my hand is steady and sometimes it's not. :) Actually I find that kind of lettering not that difficult although this was the first time I did it. So go ahead and try it yourself :)

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wujot Jul. 13 '10

very nice lettering.

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JoePrince Jul. 13 '10

I could look at this all day Julian, definitely gallery material IMO. Top work bud.

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Art Machine Jul. 15 '10

Thanks a lot wujot and Joe!

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clairec Jul. 21 '10

This caught my eye in your showcase and then I scrolled down to find the scan - stunning work

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Jippy Rinaldi Jul. 22 '10

This amaze julian! wonderful work!! and the color as well..

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lumavine Aug. 25 '10

Lots of respect for doing it physically and then moving to digital. The results really were worth the process. Fantastic!

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mabu Aug. 25 '10

Bout time it found a place in the gallery.

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logo designs Aug. 25 '10

Nice Work.. really great and inspirational.

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richardbaird Aug. 25 '10

Lovely type work, very inspiring.

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milou Aug. 26 '10

Grats on the feature Julian. I'm loving this.

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kugelis Aug. 26 '10

looks very good, consistent

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kugelis Aug. 26 '10

only maybe the space between Y and p...

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kugelis Aug. 26 '10

n is very nice, but you can read it as an u

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thomas Aug. 27 '10

Impressive work Julian.

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sokol Aug. 29 '10

Great type work!

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Art Machine Sep. 23 '10

Happy to say that this was included in %22Los Logos Compass%22.

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JF Dec. 20 '10

I keep coming back to this one...so remarkable, stunning. But, I have to ask: when you say you used a %22typical brush pen%22...you did this on paper, then scanned it in? I'm now in the market for a digital pen, a digital brush pen actually. And I'm hoping someone here -- or yourself -- can let me know if they've used any good digital pens. And if they can recommend a great one!

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Art Machine Dec. 20 '10

Hi JF, thanks again, buddy. Yes, I did this with an edding with a brush tip. Can't tell you anything about digital pens though, I like doing things on paper.

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