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This font is the result of some research I did into the word sharp. I looked at deterrents like fences and specifically barbed wire ones. I didn't however want to create a font just using the barbed wire effect. I looked into the effects of barbed wire on pieces of clothing. This is where the tearing idea came from.

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looks good
Comment by caliopigio 10th november 2010
Really nice idea, I really like it. The letterforms themselves work really well with the torn effect.
Comment by Tasha Beesley (beeswee) 10th november 2010
Thank you for the comments. I made a more decorative/bold font when I studied in Swansea. This time I wanted to make a font that could be used as a decorative body text instead of a bold title font.
Comment by SamBlackmore 10th november 2010
looks amazing finished :D love the barbed wire!
Comment by SophieBalch 10th november 2010
Looks really awesome buddy
Comment by mikebrown1111 12th november 2010

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