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  • Business Card design.

    Now that I'm out of school I can finally work on designs for myself!
    Here's what I have so far...

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    The card is designed to match my portfolio, I used the same paint stroke motif throughout it.
    I would possibly like to add my logo to the design somewhere... the font on the back is big enough I can adjust it to make room. The only reason I didn't include it in this first draft is because the digital version is on a hard drive I've misplaced.

    But I have a photo of the logo as it appears on the cover of my portfolio:
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    I may make a new one with an "LA" instead of my initials but it would follow this same general pattern.


  • #2
    Do you really need to use a font to simulate handwriting? If you want a handwritten look, why not just write out the words yourself?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by B View Post
      Do you really need to use a font to simulate handwriting? If you want a handwritten look, why not just write out the words yourself?

      Oddly enough, that typeface actually is my handwriting. Haha.

      I'm not married to using it but I thought, why not give it a go? Lol

      I will definitely neaten up/straighten the letterforms though. They're admittedly sloppy... but then again my handwriting is terrible.

      Do you have any other font suggestions?
      I'm a fan of Bodoni myself, but its not very good at small sizes. Lately I've been using Fontsquirrel.com for commercially-usable typefaces.
      Last edited by Lukky; 07-07-2017, 10:40 PM.

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      • #4
        The rainbow brushstroke is very well done and looks great. I like the handwriting font, but my suggestion would be to use it only for the logo/business name and use a more easily legible font for the email address and backside. This is just my perspective as a student.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Lukky View Post
          Oddly enough, that typeface actually is my handwriting. Haha.
          Right, but B's point is that if it was actually hand-written, there would be more natural variation in like characters. The 6 identical k's (per side!), among other too-frequent matches, really expose it as not hand-written.

          marzbarz makes a good suggestion for preventing the overuse.
          I'd rather be killed than come to your party, but if you don't invite me, I'll kill myself.

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          • #6
            Try to use simple fonts that looksmore attractive and easy to read.
            even the design should be simple !

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