see also squrave curved by ssaamm
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At last something really unique and original in this so boring style. You made the impossible being possible. I am already taking a place in your head in the loving supporters side. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Some great characters in this strong design. Perhaps the W is a little bit too narrow and the letter space of the f could go one square to the left.
I have shown a possible variation for the W
@p2pnut : Personally I prefer the fatten W of SSSammm, my feeling is that your version is weakening it
yeah, I like the wider one a lot better. There are some pretty cramped letters in this set, because it was going to be monospaced, but I changed it.
a good compromise, with a more dynamic feeling
Nice added serif on the W. That Y looks so cute - reminds me of a dancer on one foot :) 10/10
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nice work. it seems your work has really progressed with this one being one of your most 'professional' you've done. you still have an edge to your work which is interesting to view as you continue to develop.
Computer and jazz ages collide in this perfectly executed Art Deco shaded inline.
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