Clone of Tirrel (by Doug Peters). Copyright 2019 Doug Peters.
This version has the 'soft' alternates. These are the lowercase characters in 'Tirrel'. The idea is that if someone is used to using the shift key and only wants the softer style of the font, they can use this version and they will only get all the caps versions of Tirrel whether they use shift or caps lock (or not).
Categories: Monospaced Sans/Stencil.
Types: White Space, Striped, Display Caps, Logotype, & Novelty.
Web font: Yeah, sure.
Commercial use: Yes.
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I looked at squishing and the movement of squishing something hard and soft and the different forms it would take; I became interested in how an object changes form when squished but how it retains sections of the previous form too but slightly distorted.
I was also interested in the different ways of squishing something and how that changed the outcome.
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Universal decorative font.