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Ecriture de titre, dédoublement ... Un peu fatigant au bout d'un moment
Info: Created on 18th August 2009 . Last edited on 26th August 2009.
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Oh la la! Très intéressant. The letter shapes are nice, especially the A,B,O,P,Q,W and Z. The numbers are usually the same height as the capitals. Some strokes are twice as thick as the rest (I,J,T,Y), and it seems to spoil the overall look. The dot (of period, coma, etc.) is far too conspicuous. All in all, it's a nice work with distinct possibilities. I do not rate your work this time, but in my humble opinion, it is worth more than the current 5.0.
Comment by Frodo7 21st August 2009
I was about to make the same comment just adding that the S and 6 seem slightly shorter compared to the rest.
I like the concept a lot, push it!
Comment by cayo 22nd August 2009
I agree, it needs a bit more work to achieve a consistent look :)

il est très bon, mais doit être plus de travail
Comment by p2pnut 22nd August 2009
Comme l'a p2pnut recommande, j'ai retravaillé CERTAINES lettres. Si Vous avez des remarques, je vous attends!
Comment by clem86 24th August 2009
To Frodo7:
Comment by clem86 27th August 2009
Frodo7, I can't download an image!
Comment by clem86 27th August 2009

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