Gaga Stencil

by afrojet
See also Gaga Regular by afrojet.

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Experimenting with reverse glyph building (knockouts) to create a modular monoline font with more fluid, rounded shapes. A work in progress. I would appreciate any and all feedback, suggestions, etc.
Info Created on 23rd June 2009 . Last edited on 29th June 2009.
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Comment by afrojet 24th June 2009
Comment by afrojet 24th June 2009
Oh man! this is lovely, the way you 'cut' the glyphs is outstanding, very creative and strong personality trough the hole font. Love it! :-)
Comment by Axel Leyer 24th June 2009
I really love this. Great Q,B,R,a,e,
Unsure of the X though, not keen on the way it touches, maybe something similar to K might work better.
Comment by djnippa 24th June 2009
For example. I think version 3 balances better with the other characters.
Comment by djnippa 25th June 2009
Nippa! That's wonderful. You've effectively taken the black sheep of the family - the failing pupil - and turned him into an honor student and someone I'd be proud to show around the court. Well done. Big thanks for lending your keen eyes to this project.
Comment by afrojet 25th June 2009
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Comment by gferreira_admin 29th June 2009
Just came across this one... I was actually working on something similar - albeit a lot less useable. Very nice work. I think there's a lot to be explored using the shapes inversely.

Back to the drawing board...
Comment by chr.s 4th July 2009
This looks great, the breaks balance really nicely, the parting in the 'B' and 'K's are great and the 'Q' works very well too. I personally like the first 'X' and 'x', I think the break is placed just right, though the current ones are nice too. Perhaps time to make the positive version with the new bricks avaliable.
Comment by nazlfrag 14th September 2010