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another experiment. using a hexagon with rounded edges as the base of every glyph. i try to break the grid and achive new forms by using odd filter settings.
Info: Created on 28th December 2009 . Last edited on 28th December 2009.
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Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 28th December 2009
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 28th December 2009
Clever use of filters and stacking. Nice job.
Comment by aphoria 28th December 2009
Very pretty hexagonal shapes. I often admired those who have mastered the use of filters to achieve graceful curves. Thank you for sharing your trade secrets and providing an X-ray image. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 28th December 2009
One more thing: I would reduce the spacing between the letters a bit.
Comment by Frodo7 28th December 2009

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