Take the traditional Bulldog, an inherently masculine and assertive shape, then crank its boldness up to "11". Then take that
Bulldog, and crank its
boldness up to "11". Wash, rinse, and repeat three or four more times (giving you a boldness of between 16.1 and 17.7 or so, relative to the traditional Bulldog), and you might just get something half as bold as this heavily built and beveled shape.
- Eric N. Squires