FS Blaze

by Tylo

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Minimalistic experiment. I started with a big dot for each letter. 'f', 'i', 'j', 'l', 'r' and 't' didn´t look good enough to keep them like this. I am quite content with the result. If you have any suggestions... please go ahead!
Info: Created on 3rd August 2010 . Last edited on 26th October 2010.
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The ten was mine. I love how you could give a strong art deco style with so reduced means ! The only glyph that doesn't work for me is the too much "techno" square "x", i personally would use the "z" as a new basis for the x, and try how it looks with 2 symetrical punches on the high part, or in the low part, or with 4 symetrical punches and choose the best solution. But i'm really fond of everyone of the other glyphs. :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 15th September 2010
Thanks neurone, for the hint...I changed the 'x'. hahaha! "techno square x"! Thats a cool and funny way to describe the old 'x'! Thank you a lot neurone. I also added numbers and some punctuations, but these are first drafts and I´ll keep going later.
Comment by Tylo 26th October 2010

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