Bruch 01

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by Aeolien
See also Bruch 01 Not by Aeolien.

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This seems to have taken inspiration from my First-TP-font "Sandor Basic Stripes" :) but was in fact inspired by shattered windows of a deserted building.

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Cool effect.

Comment by Brynda 11th august 2017

Yes, lovely 'glitch' effect (a bit like Abneurone's destructive/constructive habit/philosophy). Or i's almost a paper clip alike font you did, actually (where the depth is revealed by -blank- sections in a stylized manner). This typeface may fit a rock texture well, even crumpled pages, besides your neat shattered windows effect (applicable to many 3D survival games - post/in war action- where the sample could be animated to show the splitting letters). At pixel scale, it looks like an old school font (a tad LCD).

Comment by dpla 12th august 2017

@ Brynda: thank you :) @ dpla: thank you :) Olà, Iike AFT ... mdr. I have 2 designs with an "i" evoking a 'paper clip': Lignarai, Open Mind; even Raranga "i" has a function of 'holding something' ;)

Comment by Aeolien 14th august 2017

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