Keyboard doodling

When i’m on the phone, instead of doodling, sometimes i like to type random repetitive letters. The f and j fit together rather nicely:

fjfjfj

Yes, these are all hand-typed. There are ten ff’s, 23 jj’s, and 389 fj’s. Photoshop says there more than just simple black color in the above screenshot. If we take just one fj and blow it up 600%, we see that there is actually very little black and surprisingly little gray. It’s mostly color.

That’s just rad.

fj-600-percent-magnified

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It would be a nice series if you copied and pasted the patterned letters and just make a giant wallpaper or whatever or fill up a letter-sized sheet. But by typing it manually and intentionally allowing for “errors” in the pattern adds a new dimension while maintaining the pattern, but in redefined ways. That’s good. I wonder how different the colored pixels are built from letter to letter. Like do all the “f”s look exactly… Read more »