Scribblenot

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Digitally hand-scribbled over a hand-drawn typeface. Do not try this with your regular font making software. Blank scribbles on the spacebar. Lowercase has tighter spacing on characters A, F, L, T, V, W, Y, etc. Terminal zaps on the parentheses. Center-faded scribbles on the brackets. Square-faded scribbles on the braces.
Info: Created on 27th September 2010 . Last edited on 7th October 2010.
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Comment by geneus1 8th October 2010
Again, amaaazing work!
NB: (After seeing this Challenge, I think I will dedicate myself to work making small dolls of salt dough or something and leave Typography, so long as all of you insist on doing this kind of wonders).
Comment by elmoyenique 8th October 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Scribblenot” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 27th October 2010
WTF!

How can anyone visualize in so many dots!
Comment by minimum 18th October 2011
I may be a year late in seeing this .... but ... it will take another year to cope with the level of awe and amazement that this has produced! Phenomenal hardly covers it. 10/10 just isn't enough.
Comment by p2pnut 18th October 2011

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