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In & Out of Studio 3D
Wednesday, 12 July 2017
The Future of Lettering
Topic: Lettering

I was noodling around the other day and wanted to design lettering with a futuristic vibe.

My practice paper was 1/4-inch grid so I started working around the grid blocks, using the verticals the horizontals and the 45-degree angle.

Here is my final design. There are no uppercase letters for this alphabet:


You can see that some of the letters are very wide. In the sample words at the bottom you'll note that I only used 1/8-inch for letter spacing and 1/4-inch for word spacing. Also, on occasion, there is an opportunity to overlap some letters for a better look.

I did a little dot embellishment on one sample word.

Feel free to use these letters in your own work but do not reproduce this alphabet for sale or distribution, either my drawn letters or the same letters you have re-drawn. Feel free to direct others back to this page for inspiration.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 11:01 AM PDT

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