Séparé

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This font originated from the theme of "squishy". I took the literal term of this to begin with and played around with squishing a sponge into different letter shapes, however soon found out this did not work well with letters such as "R" which contains a hole. I therefore started to play around with putty and found that by pulling it apart it left a "flick". This related quite well to one of the blocks acutely being a "flick". I thought this "flick" could also represent when something is gloopy. I wanted my font to be fairly legible, so it has turned out very simple - the lower case more than the upper case as the grid I was working with was very small. The font is named "Séparé" meaning "separate" in french, as the main feature of the font is the "flick" formed when the putty or a gloopy substance such as cake mix is separated.
Info: Created on 13th October 2013 . Last edited on 15th November 2013.
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Nice :) What about playing around with the letters on a larger scale, so the 'flicks' can have more variation?
Comment by thomaswarren 29th October 2013
This looks good Livvy, cohesive and legible. Just so you know, unless it's supposed to be that way the 'a'is back to front. And remember to separate your tags with commas otherwise it's just one big tag. Good work though :-)
Comment by Tom CB 30th October 2013
Looks really cool =)
Comment by MegLockwood 31st October 2013

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