Shadowmask Decorative

by shadowmask
See also Abstract Shapes by shadowmask.

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A highly abstract, and decorative CAP/NUMBERS set, enjoy contact me if you have any suggestions


I can't believe no one has commented on this yet. Well, let me be the first to congratulate you then. Incredible amount of detail for such a fragmented typeface. :)

Since you ASKED for suggestions: Because this is a grunge type font, symmetrical design might be less than optimal, as in the A, U, etc. You've come up with so many dots and peaks and scrimps, carefully "randomizing" the symmetrical designs should be very simple for you.

Anyway, well done!
Comment by thalamic 7th july 2008
This design is way out there. I like how it seems to be modular in sizing and spacing while being simultaneously abstract.
Based on first impressions, the M and the N seem a little off for me in terms of consistency, but I think symmetry is fine if what you are going for is a look resembling Rorschach ink blot tests. Call me crazy, but the A looks like two seahorses kissing.
Comment by geneus1 9th july 2008
You are crazy, Gene, but you're right — it certainly does!
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 9th july 2008
Thanks for the feedback, I've made a few changes and adjustments also added numbers.. heres the end result
Comment by shadowmask 13th july 2008

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