I really like this, although I wish there was a bit more consistency with the thickness of the "blood". For instance, on the B and M, there are varying amounts of blood and it works really well to have the different depths of red... however on say the 7/Z (which are too obvious on them being duplicates/reused) and 1, the blood seems to be one dimensional.
Is it the level of the blood drying or the amount of blood present? I feel if you added more droplets to give this varying depth to the letters it would look more realistic. Other than that it is a really impressive font design and presentation
Actually it was a kinda tricky process (and a messy one too). They are actually real spatters and it was hard to control the thickness of the liquid as it got blown away. And I also had to "create" another batch of blood because the one I had ran out and I was not done with the whole alphabet yet, and I guess the liquid itself did not have the same density/consistency (it was a different unicorn ) 7/Z - shameful laziness from my part The 7 was missing, that's totally my fault. I'll try adding more droplets next time I give it a try thanks for the trick.
It's my first attempt at creating a whole typeface