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very well done and effective. great technique which successfully accomplishes that which you set out to do. you can almost feel the distortion and sound. amazing work.
Thanks very much for the feedback :)
I wasnt sure if it needed to have even more distortion and pulling apart, or if its enough as it is?
I think it's fine as it is. Your font achieves the equilibrium between distortion and legibility, and the sound wave effect really appeals to me. Thumbs-up! :D
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Thanks again, good to know people are happy with it,
Wow, this is great! How did you do this?!
Had to make the base font first, then pulled sections of about two lines in different directions, and then did this again with about 4 lines. Then had to do the time consuming bit which was to add on the various sized blocks as the 'trails' in a gradient style. :)
This is AWESOME!
Haha thanks :)
Glad you like it
Great font! :-)
Awesomely awesome. Looks like the bottom half was melted. 10/10
Impressive work, congrats!
This reminds me of what i see when the sun is really hot like everything vibrating. 100/100
Lovely! You have managed to convey the feeling effectively!
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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