Awesome: Type treatment steps

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  1. Thank you SOo much for taking the time to post this. I’ve been needing something to inspire me lately for a picture I’m finishing. Think I’ve just found it… sparkles and chrome! :D yipeee

  2. I was wondering the same thing (about what font you chose) the minute I saw it.

    I really love the look of the poster man, you did a great job.

  3. Very nice case study. It is intereting how the first one works better than the second. The brain just fills in the extra letter stroke but when its drawn in it looks crazy. I’m really a fan of the wavy highlight line. It adds a lot more depth.

  4. Thanks you James ! Very nice work.
    When will you start making tutorials ? u’r so genious…

    bye!!

  5. Oliver, that’s insane, I’ve never seen this before. The ‘A’ is even designed the same way. Also, I believe that Roger Dean designed the Psychosis logo, not sure of he did the Awesome one or not.

    Thanks for the heads up, that cover rocks.

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  7. This is awesome! (no pun intented)
    All these steps were done only in Illustrator?
    I’m trying to do something a little similar and I’m having problems with step 5… It would be great if you could make a little tutorial sometime, thanks!

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James White is a digital artist and speaker hailing from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. With over 20 years of experience, James has worked with many international brands and has taken the stage at design conferences across the globe. He loves hot pink, chrome text and stuff from the 1980s.

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