by Em42

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Blurred letters in halftone.

Added: numerals.


Gah! You beat me to it. I've got a couple of these halftone fonts lying in the to-be-completed pile. I do have to say I enjoy the diamond shape each letter fits into.
Comment by nemoorange 12th may 2008
Sorry about that :)!
Anyway I'm curious about your halftone fonts, I hope to see them published soon!
Comment by Em42 13th may 2008
This is awesome!
Comment by lite 13th may 2008
something really attractive about this halftone... ta!
Comment by egg studio 14th may 2008
Thanks to both!
Comment by Em42 17th may 2008
great work dude
very expresive in this mecanic program
Comment by unravel 21st june 2008
one of the best halftone fonts i've seen. really nice work.
Comment by mkspheresk 25th june 2008
Very cool font! 9/10 for non clearness, but that is just part of the font
Comment by subway24 30th june 2008
@Unravel: thanks, with this font I tried to achieve something that did not look too constructed.

@Mkspheresk: the halftone effect was the starting point for this font, and I like the way it came out.

@Subway24: Thanks for your consideration. Try to half close the eyes for better readability. :)
Comment by Em42 1st july 2008
After the introduction of the spacing feature and the new preview widget, this set needed an update.

Check it in Sample Text or User Input mode, at large size.
Comment by Em42 4th march 2009

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