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Custom lettering and typeface

My experimentation of custom lettering and typography allowed for Sequence to be a series of digital 3d artworks to follow. I created the lettering, with the aim for the characters to carry a futuristic feel, one of geometric construction but also have a space-age, futuristic look to them. I’ve discussed in depth the anatomy of type, and I felt it would be good to demonstrate a real world adaptation of type, through the use of Sequence. I’m considering developing the lettering into a custom typeface available to download.

3D Digital Abstract Art in Cinema 4D

The artwork itself is varied. I wanted the artwork to differ in their look and feel, much like the way typography is used (for a range of projects). I felt the designs I created in Cinema 4D were those of which I could see the typeface being suitable. So, these artworks are entirely custom – including the typeface. I explored the use of colour and lighting in all designs, where the main focus was the structure of the lettering.

Let me know which is your favourite!

Creating the artwork involved the use of glass materials to create some pretty fancing reflections, distorting the images. I’d love to know which one is your favourite, so check out my instagram post and let me know!

Sequence – Custom Typography 3D Abstract Art

My experimentation of custom lettering and typography allowed for Sequence to be a series of digital 3d artworks to follow. I created the lettering, with the aim for the characters to carry a futuristic feel, one of geometric construction but also have a space-age, futuristic look to them. I’ve discussed in depth the anatomy of type, and I felt it would be good to demonstrate a real world adaptation of type, through the use of Sequence. I’m considering developing the lettering into a custom typeface available to download.

The artwork itself is varied. I wanted the artwork to differ in their look and feel, much like the way typography is used (for a range of projects). I felt the designs I created in Cinema 4D were those of which I could see the typeface being suitable. So, these artworks are entirely custom – including the typeface. I explored the use of colour and lighting in all designs, where the main focus was the structure of the lettering.

Creating the artwork involved the use of glass materials to create some pretty fancing reflections, distorting the images. I’d love to know which one is your favourite, so check out my instagram post and let me know!


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