Sugandha Shringar

by caseycastille

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Aravinda "embossed".


Comment by caseycastille 15th september 2008
Great! I'm smelling that inciense sticks ...
Comment by Axel Leyer 16th september 2008
EVEN BETTER! I'M SHOUTING! What next from those magic fingers?
Comment by intaglio 16th september 2008
really nice. you're quite an innovator. you've been doing remarkable stuff. please continue.
Comment by funk_king 16th september 2008
Thanks, All! I'm having a blast with this.
Comment by caseycastille 16th september 2008
I love how you go all out with your font samples!

I vaguely recall a story of how Mozart's mother would get him to come down for dinner. She would play a scale on the piano, except for the last notes. It would drive Mozart so crazy that he had to come down and finish the chord. Now I am, by far, more Salieri than Mozart, but again, your work is affecting me in this manner. I see where you're going, and I see where I can take it further, particularly in your more complex designs. For me, they're kind of like unfinished masterpieces calling out to me. Your stuff makes me crazy and I love it!
Comment by geneus1 16th september 2008
G -

I remember reading that about Mozart; I've got a whole pantheon of personal heroes of which he is one. What a character! I can relate to the drive, as well. There are many things in life I see as being "unfinished masterpieces", or at least unfinished in my view. I don't know if this is arrogance or just the artistic temperament, but I've always had to change things - customize them - to better suit my eye. Nothing's sacred, in my estimation. Run with it.

Half the joy of constructing fonts here is knowing that at the end of 26 letters, I can use them in a sample. I want to "font" faster so I can get them into Photoshop and Illustrator!

Btw, have you ever read "The 26 Letters" by Oscar Ogg? If not, do so! I recommend it to everyone here.
Comment by caseycastille 16th september 2008
i couldn' believe i didn't leave a note on this one; it's totally awesome to see, how you used the applet in a "new" and different way, somehow...
thumbs up!
Comment by kix 8th october 2008

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