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A blasted-open form of twynn_regular, tribute to neurone_error. If you view this at pixel size you get a nice dotty alphabet; if you push the zoom slider to max you can see exactly how the letters of twynn_regular are composed. It's amazing how recogniseable most of the letters are even when composed so irregularly (see lowercase, esp. z)


thanks for citing me. But you know, my remixes are not ONLY a question of changing filters. Sometimes it is sufficicient because i obtinedwhat i looked for but sometimes i must redraw some glyphs to adapt them to my vision. And third, and that what i would have done in this case, the global effect is not good enough but there was an accident that made me want to push it in a new direction : here, it is the queer blurring accident on the z, and then i have to redraw all the glyphs to adapt them to the effect on the z ! See ? It's not so simple . Good Luck, and thanks again !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th September 2010
And ten, a simple remix becomes a really difficult task ! I like also the x as it is, but i would have tried to psychelicize the others.Also i really prefer the thins to the bold :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th September 2010
@ne: Thanks for the constructive feedback. I will work on this tomorrow cuz it's 1am in my time zone now *yawn*.
Comment by 3moDuDe 12th September 2010
Ahh finally out. The uc is still has the same blocky texture, while the lc looks kinda wavering and tilting to the left. A more psychedelic feel, perhaps.
Comment by 3moDuDe 14th September 2010
3Mo, i like VERY MUCH the new style you found, at the same time roughy and elegant, but i think x, v, and z outfit and need more work because their diagonals are too much straight regarding the new style.
Also, i still think that the "bold" letters simply don't work with this filtering. If i were you, i'd just erase them, after all you already get the original shapes in your other font, and why not, later, try to add real Uppercases in the new style ! Good work, 3mo, i like how it's evolving. :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 14th September 2010

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