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I've been searching and searching how you can create such kind of composition.
The graphic designer Jocelyn Cottencin made those beautiful typography.
I know that for other font he has created he uses a pattern that he transform in scatter brush via illustrator.
I guess he uses this technique in an other way that I can't figure out.
If you guys can share your guesses or solutions, It will be incredible!
Hope you enjoy his work like me...
Since you have been such excellent, honest and admirable Critics, i would like to ask for inputs once more. In the last post i have shown you the typeface alpha and i was already writing about making a bold. Now i have adjusted the regular some more and i have created the bold typeface. Therefore i would like to hear what you think about my former work, so i can polish it.
Hey there Typophiles!
I've been interested in type for some years now but never really tried myself at this discipline.
I recently started thinking about a simple sans-serif font, based on my natural way of drawing letters. So I opened a Tumblr to document my creation process and share some studies on well known sans-serif fonts (mainly Helvetica, Futura and Century Gothic). What you'll find now is pictures of some of my very first drafts and visual studies of those fonts (comparing sizes, angles and so on, trying to understand their logic). And hopefully you'll find in some weeks/months/years a final OTF file for you to download.
Here's the site!
I am part of a small studio called People Collective and we are starting a new project/experiment in the creation and distribution of type. We have written a blog post that details our plans here but in short, hope to fund the creation of a typeface through KickStarter. We'd really like to hear your thoughts on both the creation/distribution concept and the specific design options we post to the blog over the coming weeks, thanks!
-Colin & Aaron