Tuesday Digital Doodle • Type Treatments

Godzilla logoI was searching around a few older hard drives when I found this digital doodle I did in Affinity Designer. In the same way that I scribble away in sketchbooks, I will play around with vector shapes, colors and textures on the computer. If I like the results, I will save the file to maybe use it in some future project. What usually happens is that I forget about it.

Split screen view of the project in Affinity Designer. On the left is the X-Ray view showing how the piece is put together. On the right is the full version.

I really like the way these textures look on this type, and I hope to use this effect in a future project. Hopefully I’ll have a creepy or horrific subject that will work with this look.

Above is a similar effect in a different doodle. These are really fun to do, and I can definitely see them being used as a type treatment on a book cover in my future.

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2 Responses to Tuesday Digital Doodle • Type Treatments

  1. Old NFO says:

    Those are interesting, but would have to be exported as a picture, because there isn’t a font that can duplicate it that I’m aware of!

  2. Joe says:

    It’s on a case by case basis, but it is a vector element so it is readily scalable unlike raster items.

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