Sorry for the crappy photos. They’re taken with a cell phone (and not a ‘smart’ one at that) The full version is crooked, so the letters at the bottom appear to be extremely (relative) angled. But you can see from the close-up they’re not. I mean, they’re angled a bit but nothing I can’t alter once it’s scanned.
Note: Hand kerning/tracking is a difficult process when trying to replicate tiny typewritten text from a photocopied letter from 1988. [my life is so ridiculous, whatevs]
I love, love, love that the clocks and letters are now the same thickness. That was one of the things that was driving me NUTS before. Also, now “its all for” and “We are synchronized […]” are now matching in type styles.
Quit laughin’, that crap erks me.
And yes, some of the letters in those two phrases appear to be faded or too thick, etcetera. It’s called distressing… and it’s also called replicating the original typeface off of the letter. aka completely intentional. It’s not written in a straight line, it’s not consistently kerned/tracked, it’s not consistently typed… this was 1988 typewriter people. Not photoshop with dafont.com
I got a better picture for y’all: