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Hrant H. Papazian said:I call this [alternate] the Van Koch g.
James Puckett said:
I've always felt Koch’s designs felt too novel and stood out. But I love what Craig did there, it feels more chirographic than Koch’s designs.
John Hudson said:
@Craig Eliason What's interesting to me in your Backflip illustration is how well this reads as a g in the heavier weight, while in the lighter weight — perhaps because it gets closer to a skeleton form than a mass form — what stands out to me is the 8-like nature of this form.
Craig Eliason said:there's a descending s-shape hidden in there
Christian Thalmann said:
What would that be called? A sitting /g?
Christian Thalmann said:What would that be called? A sitting /g?