12 months ago
I love the overall approach, but I think that both the S/D don't match up with the A in either version. The A looks distinctly 3D in both version, but the S/D looks flat in both, especially the S in the bottom version.
I agree with Nikita. Great work though!
Agree with @Nikita Prokhorov on this one. Personally I prefer the first "S" but I even then they feel flat. Maybe if you bevel some of the corners of the "S" and "D" to mimic the effect seen in the "A"?
@Fuzzco™, don't know if you've seen this, but could get some nice visual hints from this work. http://www.behance.net/gallery/FRUSTRO-typeface/2525513
@Nikita Prokhorov Amazing thank you!
You're welcome! The funny thing is...I had the idea of such a typeface, started sketching it last year...and then someone posted this a few months back. I was mad! :D
Imho the top one is just too much. The concept is perfectly clear without the twisted S.
The top as a starting point, but personally I don't think it's there yet.
@Fuzzco™ I dig the top for sure, but I think the "S" lacks the 3D quality that both the "A" and "D" have. "A" is the strongest in execution.
Top one for sure, but there is something weird with the inferior width of this S compared with its level of detail. Just needs a bit of harmonisation I think.
Typeface! Typeface! Typeface!
Top "S" though :)
I'm probably unpopular with this answer but I say BOTTOM. The bottom feels more a part of the rest. The TOP looks a little busy in the middle. Lines merging too close together and making it look dense and unbalanced. Nice concept on TOP but the BOTTOM feels better.
Top one is more interesting
Yeah top! Just to keep with the twisted mind bending look.
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