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A connected version of one of my favorites.


Comment by thalamic 10th march 2009
Nice, I like it.

@thalamic Coolio trick with the letters.
Comment by aphoria 10th march 2009
This is wonderfully cleaver stuff Emepar. I love it ultra thin, like in the pixel preview. I really like the letters 'e', 'c', 'z' and 's' where the disconnected part forms the bottom of the glyph and then connects with the next letter.
Comment by afrojet 10th march 2009
Thanks guys!

I was just messing around in PS and to my surprise their bold algorithm doesn't look half as bad as it normally does :) Haha...glad you like the "s" as that's the only one bugging me. The lines are parallel but they don't look it to me...
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 10th march 2009
Really cool variation. I see what you mean about the S, it doesn't look parallel, the Z works better, maybe try a small bottom kick on the S like the Z.
Comment by djnippa 17th march 2009
Great idea...I shortened it a bit (and the 2) and think it's more believable now.

I wonder if this is the only clone of a clone of a clone! :)
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 17th march 2009

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