3D LC G @ 7414pt

Jean Paul Beumer's picture

pica pusher's picture

What is it made of, to get that texture...? Masking tape?

Chris Dean's picture

Looks that way. What is the primary source for this image?

Jean Paul Beumer's picture

It's our own work (character design included) thus our image.
It's made using two cardboard g's, front and back. Paper cups give it its height, glued everything together using wood glue. We then wrapped it in torn strips of paper using wallpaper glue.
A day's work if you bored on a sunday :)

ilyaz's picture

The leading, does not it look too tight for you?

[Sorry, could not resist…]

hrant's picture

Put it in a sarcophagus!


George Thomas's picture

I like it; I'm going to make one for myself.

Si_Daniels's picture

>Put it in a sarcophagus!

Tut Tut! With all these critiques I'm surprised the designer hasn't gone running to mummy.

Theunis de Jong's picture

7414 pt ≈ 100', or 2.5 m? gee ... You can ink wallpaper with this!

Jean Paul Beumer's picture

Haha, very funny guys!
A more elaborate description of how-to can be found here and here.
This particular g is 130 cm (51") high.

[edit] I've made an error; it's not @ 7414pt, but @ 3903pt

hrant's picture

BTW where did you get that "g" shape? You might not know that it's quite historic - it looks just like the one in the first font made in the New World, by Binny & Ronaldson (a font formerly known as Oxford, and now known as Monticello).


Jean Paul Beumer's picture

It's from a design I'm working on.

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