t.e.r.s.

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t.e.r.s. is a font that uses the negative space of horizontally flipped letterforms to hide one's meaning. "Ters" means "reverse" in Turkish. If you need a good typeface to hide your meaning while still looking cool, try out t.e.r.s.! This font was completed in 2 hours for the Fontstruct Reverse Competition! 

I am Kimeiga, a game, graphic, and language designer from California. If you want to see more of my work, head to www.kimei.ga !

Info: Created on 23rd June 2017 . Last edited on 26th June 2017.
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Unusual spaces surrounding glyphs give quite some excitement to 'reversed' texts. Well done and good luck :)

Comment by Aeolien 24th June 2017

I just noticed that the Ú has an interesting vertical, is that a purposeful aspect (or is my graphics card a bit crazy again ...)?

Comment by Aeolien 24th June 2017

Just a reminder to submit a sample image in the comments here so your entry won't be disqualified. All the best! :^)

Comment by Micheal Xing (iFutureMix) 24th June 2017

@Aeolien thanks for pointing that out! That was my fault!

@Michael Xing, thanks for the reminder!

Comment by Kimeiga 25th June 2017

I was going for a futuristic label in a brutalist artic complex look with these letters. See if you can read this!

Comment by Kimeiga 25th June 2017

Left to right: Ayuadame\nNo sé cuándo\nserá mañana.

Right to left: emadauya\nodnáuc és oN\anañam áres.

Also, you might want to fix lc c.

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017

oN\nanañam*

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017

Yeah, I speak turkish and the name immidiately took my attention ) It's almost the same in my native kazakh language (teris) with and extra "i" but that's almost the same. You can also check my earlier font Teris, the same logic.

I've checked your profile and it's good to know that such young people as yourslef have bigger dreams than most of the adults. Wish you all the best in your chosen creative path!

Comment by architaraz 25th June 2017

@Brynda Thank you so much for the heads up!

Comment by Kimeiga 25th June 2017

@architaraz woah degil mi? that's so cool! Turkic languages have a surprising amount of mutual intelligibility!

Comment by Kimeiga 25th June 2017

You forgot ç as well... ;D

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017

@brynda Thank you again!!

Comment by Kimeiga 26th June 2017

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