PG Blob . . .
The 'PG Blob' fonts create the illusion of some form of gelatinous mass that has been moulded to shape the letters but has then sagged under its own weight.
The '7 Bold' font has heavy, weighted strokes that thicken as you look down each glyph. The knots are pierced with a small round hole.
The '8 Extra-Bold' (which might show up as '8 Extra-Blob' on some image programs) has the non-knot counters replaced with a smaller, irregular hole that creates even more weight to the glyphs.
The blue 'Blob' image below is 1920x1080pixels and can provide you with a wallpaper that can show you what can be done.
Example of artwork with PG Blob . . .
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Hover the mouse over the images below to show examples of font characters and weights
Download PG Blob . . .
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