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Lights, camera,... ultrabold typography!

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    Created on 21st December 2015. Last edited on 21st December 2015.
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Looks great. I think it would work well with my 5Big Boss. 10/10+fav

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 21st december 2015

Thanks winty: I really like your BOSSY font. It looks cool with action, but I think my lowercase doesn't mix that well. I'm playing with them like crazy.

Comment by Icelar 21st december 2015

Wow, that's awesome! I know, I kinda faced the same problem with my lowercase in Big Boss, as you can see, the lowercase are a lot less "bold" and serifed than the caps.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 21st december 2015

Here you have material for two or three different fonts! I like it a lot. BTW, you can consider homogenize all the glyphs (making more thin the horizontal connections of the J and the Z, or increase the same thing in the m, n, p, q, u ones...). I like especially the connection effect in the p and t. 

Comment by elmoyenique 21st december 2015

Thanks elmoyenique: I'll refine this and make it extended soon with a more homogeneous look.

Comment by Icelar 22nd december 2015

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