ALPHAB3TS is a collection of three-dimensional alphabets of different types of letters created for those designers who want to take their projects much further.
Each letter is a three-dimensional low density model with quadrangular polygons to facilitate its manipulation, thus avoiding the tedious process of obtaining decent meshes from 2D typographies .
With a file format BLENDER and .OBJ these letters can be used with most 3D software, as well as some video editors and even recent versions of Photoshop.
The use of ALPHAB3TS is very simple. It consists simply of importing into the work scene the letters needed to make words, from here the only limit is the designer's creativity, just imagine how your next project will look, animation, illustration, videogame, and the like. These letters move well in all areas.HAVE A LOOK
With tubular structure and recognizable shapes, the letter Gothic conveys modernity, strength and dynamism. Because of its ease of reading it becomes a perfect choice for all types of projects.
The Great American Script! Based on nineteenth century calligraphy manuals, this alphabet is not the easiest to use: it requires a good calculation of the space between letters in order to join them in a single glyph. However, it is amazing to see how this calligraphy improves with time and technology.
The beautiful art of creating forms with folded paper. But since we are in digital environments, what happens if we bend metal, glass, fabric or plastic? All imaginable possibilities are likely to materialize with this new alphabet.
With more than a century old, this artistic movement has left its mark for posterity. Its simple and well balanced geometric shapes are always a good option for high impact projects.
The strength of the neon has no limit, anything written with it multiplies its impact, especially in urban night scenes
Very popular at the beginning of the 20th century, it returns with more momentum than ever. A cursive typeface with the same stroke width in all its forms. This Monoline raises the level of any project.
Should 3D designers and artists conform to extruded and bevelled fonts?
Hi, I'm José Alloza, designer based in Madrid with more than 25 years of experience in the field of multimedia design and advertising, and a lover of letters.
Always wanting to know more I enjoy learning about issues related to design and technology and try to apply them to my new projects.
Time ago, working with typography in 3D applications, I realized that not only did I not find what I was looking for, but that I was not going to find it that way. Extruded and bevelled typographical fonts were not enough.
I made a decision: taking advantage of my experience in calligraphy and typography, I set out to create Alphab3ts, 3D alphabets for demanding designers
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