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by Stephen Coles (Stewf)

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Named for the composer of music for Sergio Leone's "Spaghetti Westerns".

Steeper diagonals achieved by setting vertical scaling to 2. Alternate A, V, and W with overshooting apexes. Alt S without serifs. Figures on the way.

Still needs work, especially on the K and Z. Suggestions welcome.

Here's a showing.
Info Created on 20th April 2008 . Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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I love it, Stephen!
Comment by SquarePeg 21st April 2008
Lovely!
Comment by wolfkrim 22nd April 2008
Stewf, unfortunately I can’t set the “Reward” poster without any numerals … ;)
Comment by Ivo 22nd April 2008
By the way, thanks for explaining your vertical scaling trick. Very cool!
Comment by SquarePeg 23rd April 2008
Figures added. I want to see that poster, Ivo!
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th May 2008
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 1st August 2008
Wow! GREAT! ...I can hear that whistle coming from the desert hills... :)

Comment by Axel Leyer 12th September 2008
Update:
- Improved space width.
- Added basic punctuation.
- Added subtle curves to counters on round shapes like the G, P, B. Not sure about this one, let me know what you think.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 3rd March 2009
wow, it looks like my unconscious was trying to copy your fontstruct lol
thanks for the tip but umh .. how do I achieve "vertical scaling to 2" ?
Comment by 3r1c 19th March 2009
Oh don't worry about copying. This style was around long before either of us.

To scale your bricks open the "Filters" palette from the "Advanced" menu.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 19th March 2009
I enjoy this one. THX.
Comment by missing_link 23rd June 2009
I love this! I wanted to use it for title credits for a film submission (a western-action!) for a festival, but Suitcase won't let me load it. :(
Comment by macgirl 6th June 2010
Hmm, Suitcase can be extra sensitive. Try installing it manually in your fonts folder.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 6th June 2010
I love this! I wanted to use it for title credits for a film submission (a western-action!) for a festival, but Suitcase won't let me load it. :(
Comment by macgirl 6th June 2010
Oops, I have *no* idea why that reposted—I'm sorry for the double post!

Thank you for your quick response, Stewf! That worked! I almost asked you about all the letters and then realized I need to turn on the CAPS. :P

Thanks again! I can't wait to show the director. :)
Comment by macgirl 6th June 2010
I'd love to see it too! By the way, this font has an attribution non-commercial license. But I'll grant you permission if I can get a credit in the film.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 6th June 2010
Oh! So sorry...I should've asked if a submission to a film festival would be commercial. Eep! I will definitely properly ask you for permission and attribute credit if the director chooses this typeface. Thank you so much! :)
Comment by macgirl 6th June 2010

This is so good!

Comment by jgmiksi Tue, 12th January

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