Thinking of working under the name "Beziertype" for my font work. What do you guys think? :)
Btw, I finally have wings!
9 months ago
I see that first letter and I see...13.
Really diggin' the type treatment though.
It's a cool portmanteau, but all type is made with beziers. It'd be like making a record label and calling it Soundmusic.
@Nikita Prokhorov - thank you!
@Trevor Baum - what if it is a geometric, straight-edge font with no curves? :P By the way, I like the word "portmanteau"...hadn't heard of it before.
"The type designer formerly known as Prince"
That's actually not half as bad.
@Sean McCabe - actually not too bad. Thanks for the help!
Thicks and thiiiiins! Elegant. Nice work.
Nice – but you should improve the R middle connection a bit
Y & R - daamn.
@Steve Kodis - thank you!
@Jean François Porchez - I'll take a look at refining the middle connection of the 'R', thanks!
@Stelian Vasile - cheers!
You are in the game. Again.
Such a cool 'Z'! (Also just realised I've watched this loop something like 10 times). For your name, I really like @Sean McCabe's suggestion of PrinceType, I think it'd be more memorable/identifiable (although I would miss the 'Z').
thats a strong type. ;)
@Jovan Petrić - thank you!
@Claire Coullon - I should put a disclaimer under the shot that says "Excessive looping can cause headaches, bloating, and nausea ." Haha, thanks for the help and the comments! Maybe PrinzType :P
@Miramark Diaz - appreciate it!
Superb work Joe!
What about "Prencil" or "Principal":)
7 months ago
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