This is another face that will be in our Flame N Skulls Mini-Design Kit. It was drawn by Anthony Soto. Any comments or criticism is welcome. bj
Pretty nice! I think the “I” needs more fuel. hhp
Hi Anthony, did you do graﬃti? I can see certain characteristics in this font. The D,E,G,P,R & S look ‘piece’ like ;) I was a graf artist years ago and still love the medium. I think thats where my love for type came from. Bren
brennan — graﬃti, huh? so… did you do this remarkable piece? ehm no… wait… that was me…
hah!… that looks like my garage wall! HEY! ;)
Bren — Yes, graﬀ-art is still the cutting edge for me. Do you know any stores that sell the book ‘Urban Discipline 2002’ ? It contains some of the wildest styles of this artForm. Anthony
I will try and ﬁnd that book. Sounds interesting (I might even get back into it!) ;) I had an idea for a graph font, but I have to work it a little. I’ll show you when its almost ready. Bren
Martin, you’re unique! Ah! Ah! Ah!
awesome! it has some graﬃti style to it. looks like something from House Ind… good work. E,K,X,Y rock.
awesome! it has some graﬃti style to it. looks like something from House Ind… good work. E,K,X,Y very good!
I agree with the Core. He also rocks and is very good.
Great great great! There’s not a lot of “from el barrio” typefaces well designed like this one. The only characters who bugs me are I, X, and Z, and perhaps the R can be more “agressive” (like the P), but what a font!
Excellent work! Very evocative. It looks like it wasn’t that diﬃcult to make. Perhaps you could do alternates as well — and these might be employed in animating the ﬂame eﬀect.
Thanks for the feedback. Although I have some experience in sign painting, and have been doodling with letterforms for many years now, Sotoﬂame is my ﬁrst completed digital font. !!Thanks to bj harvey for font-making tutorials!! Anthony