Re: An interesting link that I heppened across
|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, March 19, 2002, 0:20|
Lots of experimentation, lots of evolution. You
pretty much have to crank the mutations all the way up
to get the letters looking different. I also brought
the segments only about 1/4 of the way up--the
difference between single lines and giant squiggles is
very slim. My original glyph looked like an "L" with
a little flag at the top, and you can kind of see that
shape in the different letters.
--- Christophe Grandsire
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> En réponse à Clint Jackson Baker
> > Siyo!
> > After much experimentation I'm getting the hang of
> > alphabet machine. I'm starting to get control of
> > I want something to look. Go to the site's
> > and check out March 16--I created the
> > font (twice, on accident!) I really like how it
> > looks--totally useless for any current project,
> > I've got it out there in the public domain and in
> > files. As if I need another hobby... c:<
> Your font is beautiful! How did you manage to get
> characters which actually
> look different from each other? And those long
> straight lines and angles! I've
> been trying to achieve something like that, but I
> didn't manage :((( .
> Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else
> play the leading role.