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Made these for my first uni module, enjoy.

The goal was to show off the characteristics of each typeface and write 100 words about the typeface, and of course come up with a design to show off the posters.

https://i.imgur.com/GW2naEg.jpg

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I quite like it the only thing I don't really like is how close the numbers are to each other, but that might just be me lol
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Visualized wroteI quite like it the only thing I don't really like is how close the numbers are to each other, but that might just be me lol


Thanks, I originally done it on the Bodoni one and it looked quite nice, the other two doesn't work so well but kept them like it anyways, haha.
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Would this not be a similar process? Pretty much the same just in landscape, with and without some coloring.

If I have to be honest this was a fairly easy project and took a little less then 10 minutes if anything, once I figured out why my cut layers weren't stacking properly on the image. As you can see i did two separate ones, the one with the numbers such as you have yours, and one in a more colorful variant.

Out of the three you did, Helvetica came out the best. A clean, yet flexible font.

I went guide happy on the color one lmao




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I think you did a good job m8

7/10
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Mitochondria wroteWould this not be a similar process? Pretty much the same just in landscape, with and without some coloring.

If I have to be honest this was a fairly easy project and took a little less then 10 minutes if anything, once I figured out why my cut layers weren't stacking properly on the image. As you can see i did two separate ones, the one with the numbers such as you have yours, and one in a more colorful variant.

Out of the three you did, Helvetica came out the best. A clean, yet flexible font.

I went guide happy on the color one lmao






Yeah man it didn't take long at all but I had about 20 pages of research to type up about typography, which was long haha! but yeah it's similar, nice!
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It's a really good piece of work! I did this as part of my university project last year and I have to say, your work was much better than mine. The two tone colour scheme works really well and links with the fonts you chose.
Just out of curiosity, where are you studying?
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MystArtists wrote
It's a really good piece of work! I did this as part of my university project last year and I have to say, your work was much better than mine. The two tone colour scheme works really well and links with the fonts you chose.
Just out of curiosity, where are you studying?


Thanks man, I'm studying in Exeter, United Kingdom.

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This is awesome mate, love the idea behind it.
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Mikey wroteThis is awesome mate, love the idea behind it.


Thanks mate
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