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An experiment in transforming the Latin alphabet to make it look alien by squashing it.

I think this one works best when your text is written in columns.

Info: Created on 22nd June 2018 . Last edited on 22nd June 2018.
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Comment by zephram 25th June 2018
Comment by anonymous-1520403 10th July 2018

That ampersand looks far-out! 

Comment by zephram 10th July 2018

Wouls this be the first big squashed Fontstruction? It's very effective, good job done with those incredible slopes. Love the look of the word 'sometime' in just above pixel size ;)

Comment by Aeolien 16th July 2018

*would* ... of course  (blushing :*| )

Comment by Aeolien 16th July 2018

Thank you, @Aeolien. :D 

While making this I played with filter sizes a lot. When it's a bit less squashed, it makes fields of text look almost like landscapes. A and V begin to look like mountains, and other letters resembled rocks/trees. The inconsistency between letters showed a lot more, though. Seems like there's a plethora of design ideas here just waiting for people to pick them up!

Comment by zephram 16th July 2018

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