Everyone loves numbers. You can obviously use digits to write a date, you can use it to identify an anniversary or a birthday. You can use it to make a list of the 10 things you like or the 5 places you want to visit. You can use them to count elements or people in a particular photo or at a particular event.
Using the Alpha-Tokens script, i created this set of digits (with a few useful symbols if you want to write a date).
I used the font called Curlz MT. It is a fun and curly font and a wooden base.
Each token is 600 pixels in size so you can size it down if you need to.
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In this example, i created a little eyelet with the vector tool, in white and then, applied a Super Blade Pro gold effect. I made a hole in the tokens themselves too. The string was done with using a Twisted Rope tube on a vector path with the Vector Tube script. Then, in order to “thread” the rope in and out of the eyelet, i used the simple interlacing technique illustrated in this tutorial.
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