Full alphabet from my To Resolve piece. What next, numbers I suppose?
5 months ago
Whut?! I don't even know how to comprehend this awesomeness.
@Derrick Kempf that's the reaction I was hoping for!
Gracias very much, @Lauren Dickens and @Roydon Misseldine
INCREDIBLE! This is just too good.
@Zachary Smith thanks, I am glad you dig it! Also, I just checked out out the header on your tumblr, real nice! Only comments are that the bottom of the "S" looks a little flat, and I wish the "y" did something fancy. But mostly its tight!
Much appreciated, @Olga Vasik!
Very cool man, well done. Depending on how ornate the letters—designing the whole range takes a lot of dedication
Hey, thanks @Clark Rogers. Yeah, I wanted to make a point of every single letter having unique ornamentation. It just seemed too boring and easy to make one pattern and use it throughout. I probably won't bother with lowercase as this is hardly functional for anything other than display, but it could be cool to have tons of alternates for each glyph.
When you gonna up your Dribbble game? Member for over a year and zero activity? Weeeak man.
I was gonna comment on a letter that I particularly love but I can't choose! Excellent work
Haha thank you @Nathan Godding, I am glad you like them all! It might have helped you choose if I made the animation a bit slower...oh well.
I just came here to like the 'A' and was greeted with a full alphabet. So great!
Thanks so much, @Zack Davenport. As a fellow single-stroke line designer who's work I very much admire, I appreciate your praise!
Thank you for your suggestions! I will try and play around with it a bit more. I definitely see what you are talking about with the 'S'
What a surprise, this GIF and whatnot. I also came to the party for morsel of A, not anticipating a letter feast. Beautiful work!
@Danielle Evans I like my guests to leave stuffed and satiated. Thank you very much!
Thanks very much, @Josh White. Although I must say, I was thinking about @Jessica Hische's Daily Drop Cap Q when I made it, so I can't really take all the credit.
4 months ago
3 months ago
@Mallory Ming Thanks Mallory! Killer icons on your first shot, by the way.
This is sick, man, you nailed it.
30 days ago
Thanks @Martin Hudobivnik, glad ya dig it
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