FS Tigerwood

by kix

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This one is a little older. It became interesting again for the inline competition, even if its not a "real" inliner


Really cool technique.
Comment by djnippa 6th february 2014
I,m with djnippa!
Comment by elmoyenique 7th february 2014
I'm with you kix, it's more hatched rather than an inline font. But it's nice.
Comment by beate 7th february 2014
Comment by p2pnut 7th february 2014
Comment by kix 7th february 2014
At first glance the stripes show wonderful randomness, what you would expect from a fur (of a tiger?). High magnification reveals the simple basis of the effect. Astonishing, brilliant. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 7th february 2014
Thank you all so much. This competition was so exciting so far. So much brilliant entries...
Comment by kix 7th february 2014
Wow! This is very cool. Frodo7 sums it up perfectly.
Comment by ETHproductions 7th february 2014
I'm with you.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th february 2014
A nice fontstruction with a technique worth mentioning.
Comment by kassymkulov 8th february 2014
I realy love the well calculated imperfection of the stripes
love it
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 9th february 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “FS Tigerwood” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 21st february 2014

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