Jan 29, 2019
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The Sculpted Alphabet by FOREAL

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FOREAL is a design studio founded by Benjamin Simon and Dirk Schuster based out of Trier, Germany. In a recently published project on Behance entitled, The Sculpted Alphabet, the team at FOREAL use CGI sculpting techniques to create a unique alphabet.

In their project description, the team mentions:

New tools, new playgrounds. One single rule: Choose a letter and sculpt it! Maxon gave us its new sculpting tools with the last releases of Cinema 4D. Our goal was to create the whole alphabet and achieve some completely new ways how type can be built and seen. A playful execution of that self-initiated project helped us to gain some significant experience in cgi sculpting techniques while having a lot of fun.

 

You can find the entire alphabet on Behance. To see more from FOREAL check them out at the online links below.

 

 

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

Artwork by FOREAL
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Behance

 

 

 

 

 

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