by Aeolien

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Just testing an idea. So far it has given me 2 eye aches ;) and has worn down the Fonstruct eraser to a small chunk. I'll add some more glyphs when Meek has put a big jar of new erasers into the Fontstructor  :D WIP


Just 2 tips: 1° use a washable surface or an erasable ink, 2° do not drive too close to your white walls.

I first though it was some op'art (on purpose), but probably not (you may need to add this tag, though). *Watch out!* ;-) I already saw this funny idea e.g. in the old IrfanView logo.

Comment by dpla 8th december 2017

dpla: I have the washable surface but the erasable ink doesn't show up. And I have coloured walls *MDR*

I don't know that prog  and can't find the image so I'll imagine it's less nice than Pneux :D

Comment by Aeolien 9th december 2017

Actually, a wallpaper from "Pneux" ('tires', in French) might fit your garage, too! (I know you're more a biker [b.t.w. farewell, Johnny Hallyday!] than a toddler.)


IrfanView is a lightweight multiformat viewer with '8-bit' image features (e.g. by disabling the filters at magnification), useful in pixel art and very low-res bitmap fonts (all the related fontstructions at 1:1 scale, from which we cannot afford the artificial blurring). The 'old' icon of this executable is visible e.g. here: as you can see, you understand the old controversy about the joke ('road cat' = no violence intended, but this consensual [flat-designed fashion of] -IT- world might have changed the author's mind, lately [Peta etc.]). Characters that got run over remind me more of Tex Avery than any form of cruelty.


For a more realistic result, the line height should be null, and a couple of glyphs would need to show the beginning and ending traces. A 'bump' effect could be added too, perhaps.

Comment by dpla 9th december 2017

Starting to apply one or two dpla suggestions (0,3) but undecided for a more visible start/end edge. Might leave the bumps out, the tyres are supposed to be new ;) lol How can I get line height=0 ?! Yéyé Johnny :(

Comment by Aeolien 10th december 2017

Well, IDK about the unused tire tracks, but I'm sure it's a lot safer when you drive like Ghost Rider on the walls! --- Line-height property, in CSS1 + e.g. HTML5 (I can provide a very short 'code' if you want), for any web browser.

Comment by dpla 10th december 2017

P.S. about the 'bumps', 2 meanings: (mine) here and (yours?) there. [OK, any of these suggestions = hours/days of hard fontstruction(s)…]

Comment by dpla 10th december 2017

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