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Lowercase includes alternate capital J and L
Info Created on 24th March 2009 . Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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[Disclaimer] I keep telling myself that I comment too much and I should stop but something like this comes along and I find myself compelled to say something.

[Praise] It's very bold. I love it. They are like little alphabet people sticking out of the wall, waiting to be pushed in.

[Suggestion] Maybe you should have pushed-in version of each letter?

[Criticism] The lack of consistency in the shadows is slightly disturbing to my OCPD. If the light source is directly above, all undersides would be shaded, not just the bottom-most ledge. Also, c, o and q are missing the inside 3Ding pixels.

[Recap] Nice!
Comment by thalamic 25th March 2009
Thanks thal!

I was thinking a pushed-in version might be cool...will mess around with that asap.

I know it's not consistent...I was contemplating putting up a disclaimer, 2.5D :) The problem is when I do it "right" it looks horrible. Any ideas?
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (emepar7) 25th March 2009
You've fallen in the same trap that I found myself with s-ookii: The grid is too small. You will have to double, triple, quadruple the scale. The middle shadows do look distracting at this scale. Ah...too much work. Let it be.
Comment by thalamic 25th March 2009
Excellent.

Although, every time I look at the B, all I can see at first is a c in the inside lines.
Comment by aphoria 25th March 2009
Agora with kerning of 155 seems to do the trick...
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (emepar7) 26th March 2009
I can't tell what some letters are, but overall very nice job.
Comment by Josh Hejka (jhejka) 4th April 2009
Fantastic !!
Comment by darkseeid 27th May 2011

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