Familiar Face Inkjet

by JoeAllison

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raah gd stuff! :D
Comment by Kvedabble 6th february 2009
I think it is a great achivement to replicate a modern sans serif with FS. Even if some edges look a bit serrated. The lc o looks a bit bigger and dislocated. Some minor spacing issues need to be addressed. Other than that it is ready to serve. Amazing! 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 26th august 2009
Love the imperfection — the uneven x-heights and the blot-like serration. I'd be interested in the process you used here.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 27th august 2009
Hey, cheers guys. I managed to make this by basically taking a low-res bitmapped image of helvetica, and replicating the pixels in fontstruct! I made a couple of letters, and left it for months. I realised i needed to finish it, so i just gave it a mindnumming slog and finished it. Then i simply turned up the filters to full. Id like to have a go at chopping it all around, and making somthing interresting
Comment by JoeAllison 27th august 2009
Great stuff :)

I agree with Frodo7 about some of the letter spacing ... H and k could do with a wee tweek perhaps
Comment by p2pnut 27th august 2009
Ive respaced it. Let me know if it needs any more touches. I dont really know how to space things properly
Comment by JoeAllison 27th august 2009
Spacing looks good now :-)
Comment by p2pnut 27th august 2009

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