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by Frodo7
See also OIL Stencil by Frodo7.

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LE = Lost Entropy; Meta = metachrome. This is font with a special property: at selected sizes it displays a special dual-colour effect.
Info: Created on 19th September 2009 . Last edited on 8th January 2012.
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9 Comments

As I promised before, I've made this font to take advantage of Moiré patterns and subpixel rendering technology. All details have been extensively discussed at Elspeth Grey.
Comment by Frodo7 19th September 2009
This is a screenshot of MS Word. Some parts of the text are selected/highlighted.
Comment by Frodo7 19th September 2009
The text is selected, and colored using MS Word Color Palette.
Comment by Frodo7 19th September 2009
fantastic application! simulates the led letters very well =]
Comment by Sergio Berkenbrock (gray.scale) 19th September 2009
fantastic. love the patterns. great usablity and looks good. your sample is very effective.
Comment by funk_king 19th September 2009
Terrific effect and great samples ... gets my 10
Comment by p2pnut 19th September 2009
AMAZING! This is best FS ever, really! I'll download it.
Comment by Neoqueto 20th September 2009
Nice. Very spacy.
Comment by Magic Sam 20th September 2009
Thank you very much for your nice comments and high rating. I encourage you, who are interested, to download, install and test the font in different applications. If you are more interested, take a look at "Elspeth Grey" for information on how you can use this technique to make Meta versions of your own fonts. I would be very much interested to hear how this effect worked in different browsers, with Adobe products including Flash,(Adobe actually uses a different subpixel rendering method), MAC Os X, on an iPhone or Android phone. The optimal size is 48p.
Comment by Frodo7 20th September 2009

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