Shape Type: typography game of graceful curves

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10 Responses to “Shape Type: typography game of graceful curves”

  1. emschelle says:

    /looks at graphic/

    B is for Boobies.

  2. GuyInMilwaukee says:

    Love that game:  91/100 in the first try. I did it again and failed down to a 72/100. ugh.

  3. Art says:

    God, Cory…This is really addictive :)  Thanks for the link.

  4. Lobster says:

    That there is one sexy looking B.

  5. benher says:

    Dude, I bought a tablet so I would never have to directly fondle a Bezier curve every again!

  6. Melinda9 says:

    Fun game – is there only one set of letters? (not that I’m ungrateful)

  7. Paul Renault says:

    Finally, all that time I spent on CorelDraw comes in handy!

  8. CountZero says:

    +1 with PaulR here. I used to spend hours in Corel, and later Illustrator drawing logos over scans from originals because either the font was unavailable or it had been drawn up in the first place but no a/w was available. One of the most enjoyable parts of my job back then, prior to training as a scanner operator on a Crosfield drum scanner and photoshop retouching the scans. Damn, I LOVED that job.

  9. Thorzdad says:

    I’ve done tons of custom typography over the years. Getting the weights, curves and angles flowing right is an amazingly taxing job.

  10. Halo Cure says:

    I spent SO much time in my younger days doing exactly what CountZero and Thorzdad describe that I can’t honestly say I loved my job, but it was a cut above working at a pizza restaurant. I still handle vectors often enough that I don’t want to play a game that involves it! 

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