That worked!Originally posted by KRB
Try this as a workaround.
• With the front light yellow color selected as shown, Object>Arrange>Bring to the Front.
• In the Layers Panel, move them up and out of the <Group>.
• Trash the <Group> which are all the shadow paths.
I had actually already adjusted the kerning on a sample that I sent to the client, but hadn't done it on the logo I was playing around with here. Here's what I ended up with:Originally posted by KRB
I would at least do some adjusting,for example, look at the kerning between the C and R as opposed to the spaces surrounding L’s.
I personally do not care for the loose tracking with this font. The original example shown was not like this.
Maybe show him both ways.
I'd be interested in your (and anyone else's) thoughts on how the logo "plays", particularly with respect to the leading.
The only thing I couldn't do was move the stroke behind the fill - when I selected a part that I knew had the same appearance, it still shows as "mixed appearances" in the Appearance panel:
I also think the what I ended up with looks "rough" when compared to your example, but perhaps that's a function of the font?
It's called Formal Script Regular - you can download it here for free if you want to pick it up:Originally posted by KRB
BTW, what is the name of the font?
Thanks again for all of your help - I really appreciate it.