Slice The Serif

by kevansprosser

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This is my first fontstruct! :D It is based on sharp objects, which then evolved onto more of a medical theme and surgery. I wanted it to look really precise with clean cut sections out of the characters. I also interpreted 'sharp' to be 'on point' and 'ordered', so wanted my type to look clean. I was inspired a lot by Bodoni as its such a clean type with contrasting thick and thin lines which also relates to the cutting and slicing. Any help and tips are welcome!!
Info: Created on 26th October 2010 . Last edited on 11th December 2010.
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Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Slice The Serif” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th November 2010
I think you/we can still do more in this way...
Comment by elmoyenique 10th November 2010
thanks! yay! top pick :D
what more do you reckon i could do? any ideas?
Comment by kevansprosser 11th November 2010
slice the ? and slice some numbers :)
Comment by funk_king 11th November 2010
yehh i know i need to do that! also add a '!' and slice it!
Comment by kevansprosser 11th November 2010
i just found this site and made an attampt to make a basic lettertype, now i notice my idea wasnt that original, nice work
Comment by oranje 20th November 2010

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