Wood Block

by jonrgrover

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I was trying to make a very narrow font that doesn't look just like a set of parallel sticks when used. I was inspired by Raranga by Aeolien, Log Beach by elw123 and Ladedan by zephram.

Info: Created on 19th November 2018 . Last edited on 27th November 2018.
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weird yet decent

Comment by JingYo 20th November 2018

Outstanding work!

Comment by zephram 20th November 2018

Coolest design I've seen on here in a while. It makes me think of many different styles at once - mostly stories/films with a dark mood to them. I especially like the fluked terminals and the shapes that form at intersections, which remind me of crosses, swords, twinkling stars, etc.

In terms of how this might be physically built & used, it seems like an expensive woodtype to me. It would certainly take some skilled carving to make glyphs like these that printed this well.

10/10 and fav from me for sure!

Comment by zephram 20th November 2018

I had to try to make a sample too :D

Comment by zephram 20th November 2018

Oh, thank you @zephram for your kind words, and for your cool sample. It really does look like a wood cut. I wonder what I should call it.

Comment by jonrgrover 20th November 2018

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