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Description:
Originally based on the word 'dynamic', which later led to the development of atoms and everyday structures. My idea is specifically based on 'The Generation of x-rays and Moseley's Law' atom, which led me to branch out and try and interpret everyday structures.
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31 characters, 18 downloads
Created:
Mon, 22nd October, 4:14 PM 2012
Last Edit:
Mon, 12th November, 1:46 PM 2012
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winty5
winty5 Sat, 10th November, 2012

Whoa dude! this is awesome 10/10


Hali
Hali Mon, 12th November, 2012

thankyou!


p2pnut
p2pnut Mon, 12th November, 2012

Very dynamic. 10/10

The 'round' characters - C, G, O and Q - would benefit from being enlarged a little. Curves tend to look smaller and so it is usual to take the top and bottom of such characters a little below the base line and above the X-height. This gives the optical illusion of them being the same as the square characters.