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Overlapping upper-lower case font.
Info: Created on 6th May 2012 . Last edited on 12th May 2012.
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22 Comments

Comment by LingoLinda 12th May 2012
Out of the overlapping concept, I definitely love the Lowercase used separately. I personally could have designed these kinds of shapes.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th May 2012
Cool idea. Very "neuronesque".
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 12th May 2012
AWESOME!!!!!
Comment by anonymous-479865 12th May 2012
ABneurone, thank you for the comment. I've seen this similar concept on your fonts. Feel free to design one of your own. I got the idea from this image I found on line, but could not manage to make mine that fancy.
Comment by LingoLinda 12th May 2012
Yautja, thanks for the comments, not sure what you mean unless you are talking about this kind of font.
Comment by LingoLinda 12th May 2012
Micgio, thank you so much for the comment.
Comment by LingoLinda 12th May 2012
I meant that it's like Abneurone's fonts. :)
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 12th May 2012
By "neuronesque", Yautja was thinking to my own fonts universe, as i already told you above. Thanks Yautja to confirm. @Linda : check out my catalogue of fonts on the occasion.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th May 2012
Abneurone, you do have quite a collection of unique fonts, some more ambitious than I am capable of right now. I'm still fairly new to Fontstruct. I like working with animation and dingbats more than actual alphabets...but that can change.
Comment by LingoLinda 13th May 2012
Thanks. Yes all this takes time and increased maturity. More than 2 years of hard work were needed to build this art/typographic set. Hundred of transitory and experimental phases published in the past have been put back to private to keep only what i consider to be my definitive set.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 13th May 2012
Another ingenious idea - that works so well. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 13th May 2012
Very quirky and uniquely creative idea! And very Abneuronish!
Comment by cablecomputer 13th May 2012
UC reminds me of Elmoyenique, Yautja.
LC - AFT.
10/10!
Comment by architaraz 13th May 2012
Thanks p2pnut. It can easily be animated too by exchanging the colors, like some neon sign.
Comment by LingoLinda 13th May 2012
Thanks cablecomputer. Now I know what abneuronish means..your comment is much appreciated.
Comment by LingoLinda 13th May 2012
Thanks for the comment Architaraz. Not sure what Elmoyenique means. Love your hip hop font. Learned some things by looking at that.
Comment by LingoLinda 13th May 2012
ARchitaraz, nevermind I found Elmoyenique. Yes I agree, expecially the font named zwire blk eYe/FS. Gives me ideas for adding numbers.
Comment by LingoLinda 13th May 2012
Great, looking forward to that animation!
Comment by four 14th May 2012
four, here it is.
Comment by LingoLinda 14th May 2012
Wow, amazing!
Comment by four 14th May 2012
Makes it easy to animate. The only problem with this font is that you have to make each letter separately and then montage them together. I put a 2 pixel border around each letter for spacing. The lower case does not line up well with the upper case if you just type out a word on top of a word. Single letters work well. A on top of a, etc.
Comment by LingoLinda 14th May 2012

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