Leafcutter ants font

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Leafcutter ants. Watching nature documentaries (and the ants in my workspace) gave me the idea. The letters look nice filled with green and typed along a curving path.
Info: Created on 26th June 2008 . Last edited on 26th October 2012.
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8 Comments

A very creative font.. the ants seem so real! Congrats!
Comment by alexfulton 6th July 2008
Cool. I know ants are all identical but what about a few uncloned ones or does that way madness lie?
Comment by intaglio 6th July 2008
haha. what a great idea!!
this font would be cool anyway even without ants.
8/10
Comment by kix 6th July 2008
This font would be cool anyway even if it were just ants.
Comment by geneus1 9th July 2008
aww, thanks
Comment by bryndlefly 9th July 2008
wow! let me know how you did the ants! it looks beautiful
Comment by rulots 19th April 2009
hi, thanks. i made a basic ant and leaf shape by copying from a picture, copied that into each letter, and drew the different characters in by hand. i used a stylus instead of a mouse, which made it easier, but was still time consuming!
Comment by bryndlefly 20th April 2009
i've added a few more characters
Comment by bryndlefly 31st October 2009

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