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All Composites saved in MY BRICKS

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by djnippa
see also Angles by p2pnut, and Dimond Marquee by benmart, and World of Thanks by collab, and Look Closer by thezenmaster1000, and All Bricks by p2pnut, and 5Hexium by winty5, and Kujang Lite Font by ishaksamuel, and Turnin by j4s13, and Braided by KarolineG.


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All Composites In My Bricks This is an essential tool for creating fontstructs. I have saved all the various angled composites as useable bricks in the MY BRICKS section. You can then use them for your own creations.

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Make a clone of this font. Click CLONE
2. Choose A Name like 'All Composites saved in MY BRICKS". Click Clone
3. Click EDIT. Wait until it opens.
4. Click on the ARROW on the floating Tools panel, then Press A (Highlight All) on your keyboard, the pattern of bricks should change colour to blue. Now press C (copy).
5. Create a new window on your browser, and go to Fontstruct. Create a new fontstruction.
6. Choose a name for your new fontstruction.
7. Click 'Start Fontstructing'.
9. In bottom left corner you will see 'BASIC LATIN'. Click the yellow 'up arrow' next to it.
10. Choose 'Extended Latin B'.
11. Press V (Paste) to paste the pattern of bricks, you previously copied.
12. Now look in 'My Bricks' at the top left - You should see all the composite bricks.
If it does not appear, go back to the original brick pattern, and copy & paste it again.

ENJOY.
I hope this saves you lots of time, and aids you in your creativity.

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Fri, 4th June, 12:37 AM 2010
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djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010

HAVE ALL COMPOSITES STORED IN 'MY BRICKS' WITH THIS EASY TOOL.

SIMPLY COPY & PASTE THE BRICK PATTERN STORED IN CHARACTER 'A' TO A NEW WINDOW (WHERE YOU ALREADY HAVE ANOTHER FONTSTRUCT PAGE OPEN - so that's two fontstruct pages open at the same time).
COPY & PASTE THE ENTIRE PATTERN IN TO A 'NEVER USED' CHARACTER IN 'EXTENDED LATIN B SET'. DO THIS BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING ELSE, AND NEVER DELETE THIS CODE UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED YOUR FONT ENTIRELY.

THIS WILL PLACE ALL THE COMPOSITES INTO THE 'MY BRICKS' PANEL, AND ENABLE YOU TO CHANGE THE LICENSE TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS.

ENJOY.

Scales include:-
1:1, 1:2, 2:3, 1:3, 1:4, 1:6, 1:8


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010

I hope this saves you lots of time, and aids you in your creativity.

Let the CLONING begin.


thalamic
thalamic Fri, 4th June, 2010

Very methodical and painstakingly organized. Awesome gift for everyone. Thanks...is not enough.


geneus1
geneus1 Fri, 4th June, 2010

Another handy FS2.0 angle sampler! Looks like I won't have to post anything after all! ;-) Great job with the layout. This really hits on the importance of organizing the My Bricks panel. Failure to do so can result in serious bewilderment.

I think the inclusion of the 2:3 angle would be beneficial, even though it is harder to visually organize in the My Bricks panel.

Well done here. This is generously gracious of you, Nippa.


LexKominek
LexKominek Fri, 4th June, 2010

This will be very helpful to everybody. Thank you for making this!


meek
meek Fri, 4th June, 2010

A wonderful resource. Thank you!


OxC0FFEE
OxC0FFEE Fri, 4th June, 2010

This IS great. I wonder though, I don't see any 30 degree angles? I'm with Gene here, can these be included as well?


p2pnut
p2pnut Fri, 4th June, 2010

This is really generous of you dj and will be of immeasurable assistance. Thank you so much.


jhejka
jhejka Fri, 4th June, 2010

Thank you, DJ. I can now finally start on a font with composites.


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010

Even though I was trying to leave something for people to create themselves. I've added the 2:3 ratio, by popular demand. 30 degree/ 60 degree angle.


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th June, 2010

@Thalamic Painstakingly organized is so true, it took a good week of tinkering to get this right. This is a clone of the Original which has all the brick combination's on it. It just looked too messy so I did this better looking simpler clone instead.

@Geneus1 Added the extra angles, even though I was trying to keep a bit of the mystery back for people to solve themselves for their own satisfaction. I'd still put up your tutorial, as mine doesn't say how it's done.

LexKominek Thanks. Anything to help, the creativity process a little less of a headache, is in my book a very good thing. Hope this helps you create some spectacular fonts.

@Meek All thanks to you. I did nothing in comparison to your programming skills.

@OxC0FFEE I've just added the 30 & 60 degree angles for you.

@p2pnut I expect some more outstanding fonts will be on there way from you very soon then?

jhejka I did nothing really, but glad I can help anyway. I'll look forward to seeing the end results.


funk_king
funk_king Fri, 4th June, 2010

this is an incredible gift to the FS community and you are to be commended for producing this. and what a great resource now. fantastic. this also points to another possible collaboration. i'm sure as each of us explores the new FS 2.0 features there could be much more that we could share together. anybody want to start such a collaboration? just a thought. but mucho gracias dj :)


Upixel
Upixel Fri, 4th June, 2010

HO!!! this [clone] button is so marvelous!

Merci beaucoup DjNippa

Now no excuse for unsmooth project


shasta
shasta Fri, 4th June, 2010

Great set, nippa! The Wenger 16999 of Fontstruct... Only way more convenient.;)
Just cloned it... This will save a lot some time.


Frodo7
Frodo7 Sat, 5th June, 2010

Thank you for providing this utility font for us. It would certainly make are life easier with FS 2.0. You are a star. 10/10


Frodo7
Frodo7 Sat, 5th June, 2010

Correction: make our life... (Stupid, stupid mistake. That's what happens when I write comments without having breakfast first.)


djnippa
djnippa Sat, 5th June, 2010

@Frodo Being a northerner, it made perfect sense to me. Although I'd just woken up as well!




aphoria
aphoria Sun, 6th June, 2010

Nice work and very nice of you to share.

I closed the bold tag, so hopefully it will turned off now.



djnippa
djnippa Sun, 6th June, 2010

@Shasta Ha Ha, brilliant, that is some big old knife. It's hilarious.


jhejka
jhejka Sun, 6th June, 2010

I see what you mean dj, but I just never got how to make these bricks


djnippa
djnippa Sun, 6th June, 2010

Aphoria has made a rather brilliant animated gif to ease the pain.

<a href="http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/334321">Aphoria</a> has made a rather brilliant animated gif to ease the pain.

thalamic
thalamic Sun, 6th June, 2010


thalamic
thalamic Sun, 6th June, 2010

Not that I don't love all the new possibilities...but things may have gotten too possible now. Nominal angles now supported are: 0, 7, 9, 14, 18, 27, 34, 45, 56, 63, 72, 76, 81, 83, 90 for the first quadrant alone. Pretty soon we will be doing integrals. ;-)

I have a *wild* idea. There could be an option to turn on or off (off by default) automatic smoothing at font generation time. Font Mortar would have to grow up to version 3.0, I know ... but it would mean end of excessive use of composite bricks.



shasta
shasta Sun, 6th June, 2010

I agree... It's almost scary to see what's possible now. The only limit to bezier imitations is now our patience at scrolling through huge grids. And - even though I must plead guilty, also having given it a little try with my Circle Cult - I think this is not what fontstruct is basically about. The real fascination for me personally comes from the interplay of creativity that has to work its way through the grid and bricks restriction. Going high-res for seemingly smooth curves is a way of circumventing this grid restriction, and even when the results lookstunning, it doesn't fascinate me as much as smart small-grid designs that makes creative use of the given bricks. Insofar I share neurone error's fear of a switch to fonts that are more products of artisanry than of art... (Even when geneus's Futura is very impressive.)

On the other hand it's a way for people who can't afford and/or handle professional font software to realize their non-modular ideas... So nothing wrong about that.

My hope and expectation is that after a time of excited curve-hyperactivity we we'll soon get tired of crolling through 100+ grid sizes and go back to business as usual... Ment in the best way. ;)


p2pnut
p2pnut Sun, 6th June, 2010

I take quite a relaxed attitude on this matter.

FS 2.0 is new ... and there is often a temptation to explore the new within familiar settings. I for one always used to try out new motorbikes and cars on the same stretch of road.

Equally, FS 2.0 is new ... and there are always some who don't instantly embrace what is new.

Many people here are completely conversant with classical fonts so it only natural for them to see what the new toys of 2.0 can do by replicating these well-know designs.

I seriously doubt that anyone has lost the qualities that enabled them to produce new, innovative and exciting designs in the past.

Once we are all familiar with the new bells and whistles we will, inevitably, see a return to green-field thinking ... and we will all have more tools with which to express ourselves.

It's only FS 2.0 ... not the Inquisition :)


thalamic
thalamic Sun, 6th June, 2010

@shasta: I completely agree with you. We've discussed this before, but it's worth repeating: Limitations breed innovation. :-)

@p2p: Your innovative and exciting Entrees have wow'd us before. I'm sure you will wow us again, whatever version of fontstruct you choose to employ. :-)


djnippa
djnippa Sun, 6th June, 2010

We've just been given the key to a whole new world, the fact that there are now few limitations, will inevitably lead to better more creative designs. Imagine if you only have two colours, say Cyan and Magenta to paint a picture with. There are only so many combinations you can achieve before it starts to get a little boring. Now add Yellow & Black and the combination's are limitless, so much more can be achieved. Fontstruct 2.0 rules.



djnippa
djnippa Sun, 6th June, 2010

@neurone error.
You've been given the tools, now go and create your own near perfect circles.
Otherwise you'll learn nothing!



djnippa
djnippa Sun, 6th June, 2010

I think you are very wrong, as font design is very much an artistic decision. It is a creative process.
As a designer, which is a mixture of a artist and an engineer, I try to create something new or improved every time. I did simplicity years ago, I've moved on from creating silly little ugly shapes and patterns.

When things are too simple, there's no challenge, and therefore no achievement, and no knowledge gained.

I'd really like to see you make a usable working artistic and stylish font. I know you can. I get a great deal of enjoyment from knowing that people are using my fonts in their logos and design work.




djnippa
djnippa Mon, 7th June, 2010

Ha ha, I'm talking about MY designs.

Anyway your Nuclear Warfare still doesn't rate in my book. Each to there own though, as I'm sure someone will like it, but it is so far removed from anything I'd ever use, that I simply cannot relate to it, sorry.
There is no comparison between you and Funk_King. He is light years ahead of you.
Some of his stuff is truly brilliant.
You've probably realised I don't comment on any one's work, unless I feel it's is worthy or has potential to be good.
Above all I will always try to help people to achieve their goals, if I feel they have the skills and are worth helping.



meek
meek Mon, 7th June, 2010

Interesting discussion about how far FontStruct should go (higher up the thread). I'd just like to add that there is no automatic smoothing at font generation time. Straight lines will always remain straight lines.



djnippa
djnippa Mon, 7th June, 2010

@neurone error. Keep dreaming buddy, you are way out of line, and so out of control, and just for the record I already sell my fonts to the world, thank you for asking.
I could compare you and Funk_King, but there is none. He designs fonts that are comprehensive, unified, creative, usable and the right side of controlled. His fonts are intelligent and decorative, they work, with high levels of technical ability. But this is not about Funk King, this is about you, and your ability to whine people up. If you had skills, I'd maybe have a little more respect for you. You have potential to design some good fonts, but you are running around like a headless chicken at the moment, displaying over sized images, commenting on your own work several times over. You need to calm down, take a deep breath, and look at what you're doing. You are helping no one, and annoying everyone.

I'm going to remove our conversations after you have read this, as we obviously clash, and it's wasting both our time, and not good for anyone. I for one have much better things to do than argue with you.
Also any future comments you make to this font will be dismissed entirely.


p2pnut
p2pnut Mon, 7th June, 2010

Hey, chill out folks ... as I said earlier 'it's only FS 2.0, not the inquisition.'

Nobody died in the making of any composite brick or circle. Let's get back to the friendly old habit of constructive critism.

Nasty little comments about people who are exploring the new technology in their own way don't help to maintain the positive nature that has always been a feature of this site.

I have tried to respond to some fairly barbed points made by n.e. with humour ... if that fails and it continues - ignore. But whichever way it turns out ... just chill :)

You could even do this as a favour to me - it's my birthday today (67 and I still don't know what I want to do when I grow up!).


p2pnut
p2pnut Mon, 7th June, 2010

WHOOPS!! Sorry dj ... didn't close the italics mate. Over to you :)


minimum
minimum Mon, 7th June, 2010

Happy birthday, Ray. :-)

PS: Your comment made me think of a song called 'Just Chill'. (It's the first link if you search for 'just chill' on youtube). It's a stupid Bollywood song, but damn catchy for it's chorus (which is in English, BTW).

Have a great day. :-)


aphoria
aphoria Mon, 7th June, 2010


@djnippa Thanks for the props on the animated .gif.

As for the other stuff...I think you've hit all the nails on the head.

@p2pnutHappy birthday dude!


p2pnut
p2pnut Mon, 7th June, 2010

I just looked again at the image of all your cominations (on A) ... it looks like a 1950's poster for a ski resort - complete with chalets and conifers.

There ya go nippa ... the artistic side will pop out ;-)


funk_king
funk_king Mon, 7th June, 2010

@dj - i do apologize for neurone error disclosing contents of a private message reagarding you. my purpose was to provide moral support, not ammunition. while i may have said aggressive, i didn't save anything about being unjustified per se. it is your right to criticize just as passionately as it is his. i think some have been rubbed the wrong way by neurone. i was hoping to encourage evolution by providing a gentle hand, perhaps your tough love is needed also :)

in any event, like a said before, you are to be thanked for the composite bricks as well as the work derived using them - the magnificenet NDC Bezica series. as well as should aphoria be congratulated for Aurora Light, thalamic for fs STencil 2.0, and geneus for Bezziaire and Xerro, among others. FS is as much a lab as a factory for some. while your remarks may have been somewhat caustic, i hope that neurone is able to deal with them - either use them for growth or discard and continue on the same. in the past, you have also given me pause with your comments - especially about usability - but i know that without your words of advice and those of others, however pointed - i would not be the same designer i have become. thanks.


afrojet
afrojet Mon, 7th June, 2010

Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “All Composites saved in MY BRICKS” is now a Top Pick.


djnippa
djnippa Mon, 7th June, 2010

@ FK. not to worry dude. I fully understand, it's all good with me.
I think he misinterpreted what I was trying to say anyway, or may be I just worded it wrong, or neglected to put a smiley face after everything :-). I think it's just a case of 'lost in translation'.
A kick up the ass always helps people out anyway, he'll be frantically beavering away trying to prove how he can do a font with bezier curves as well. I hope he does, that's the aim really :-)


djnippa
djnippa Mon, 7th June, 2010

@Afrojet Thanks mate, I hope it helps everyone to achieve greatness. I for one, am glued to FS 2.0 since the new updates.


zen_killa
zen_killa Mon, 7th June, 2010

thanks a lot for this djnippa !!! i'll take the time to experiment this tools you've create for the community.


djnippa
djnippa Mon, 7th June, 2010

@Zenkilla anytime, hope it helps. Although truth be known, I've not done anything really, it's all Rob Meek's hard work and he is the one you should be thanking :-)


geneus1
geneus1 Tue, 8th June, 2010

@p2pnut: Happy Birthday, Ray!

@DJ Nippa: I hope that you leave your entire conversation online, Nippa. Since this page has been created to support the FontStruct community, let it continue to teach by leaving all the words intact. It teaches on an entirely different level. I've learned much from reading it. I'm generally a peacemaker by nature and non-judgmentally offer the following observations of the lessons learned here, citing behaviors only and not pointing fingers, so that I can get a cumulative view of the bigger picture. Taking into account conversations that have occurred only on this page, here's what I've learned about community etiquette, and also what I consequently vow to never do.

THINGS NOT TO DO FOR A BETTER FONTSTRUCT COMMUNITY

- Attack another fontstructor's character and reputation, especially on a page where they've just shared something that massively helps the community.

- Request more work from a fontstructor, then start an argument when the request is denied, then elevate matters after discovering they don't identify with your work

- Misconstrue the constructive criticism of another, taking it personally, without an effort to gain clarity in a predominantly text-based form of communication where it is easy to misinterpret a message in the original context for which it was meant

- Accuse a fontstructor of being arrogant while saying something that is more arrogant and disrespectful

- Use a friendship to take sides against another, who already has a friendship with the aforementioned second party, in an effort to divide and provoke instead of build community

- Use private communication from a friend as a weapon to aid in an attack against another

- Blast an online feed with what can possibly be described as a new form of spamming

- Feign entitlement, even without having the experience or reputation for acting on the beneficence of the community

- Devalue active members of the community by putting down their work because it doesn't coincide with your agenda

- Tell someone what they can't say, denying them of an opinion

- State that you're ending an argument, then end it with a confrontational statement

And this was primarily just a message to myself for future reference. Here's to a creative, peaceful, and thriving community. Amen. =)


aphoria
aphoria Tue, 8th June, 2010

@geneus1 Well put...we would all do well to follow this list...or rather, not follow it. :)


kix
kix Tue, 8th June, 2010

whew...

@thalamic: wonderful illustration! And btw, i really feel you.

@aphoria: ingenious gif!

@p2pnut: don't underestimate the force :)
+ I totally agree with thal, you're outputting awesome stuff, since the moment you popped up. 67 is an age i'd never expected!

@neurone error: It's a fact, that there are several hidden hinds everywhere, relating to YOUR "spamming" way of publishing samples. It's simply not necessary to use such huge pics more than once or twice a font, especially not isolated glyphs. On the other hand, your enthusiasm is overwhelming and it somehow always puts a smile on my face. keep it up, but a little regard on others arts would be just nice and civilised :)

@dj: I just waited for this to happen. Somehow i knew u'd be the one the get this trouble started...
As i remember, we had a harmless collision, as well. Don't get me wrong, i'm not thinking about that anymore :)
If FS had shoulders, YOU'd sit on the true, brutally honest but faithful side, and maybe thal or gene on the other, super politically correct, peaceloving side. Like an angel and a devil.
I like it.
As for the samplefont. thank you! cloned and already used...

@gene: Mate, sorry i didn't ever comment on your interpretation of "gappy"! I just found it days ago by chance. Damn, i'm sooo not community-capable :)
Those 11 commandments should be part of EVERY forum FAQ!

I didn't expect THIS font-thread would turn out like this, but as so often, Gene threw out VERY wise words, again.
Even if i may feel a little guilty in some of the points ( maybe nippa, too :)), i think for some of the opinions it was about time, to be pronounced.

A very educational discussion, i guess...


3moDuDe
3moDuDe Tue, 7th September, 2010

Hmmm...how is the 2:3 triangle created? I can figure the rest but...dotz...


djnippa
djnippa Tue, 7th September, 2010

There are several examples above in the comment on how to do it.









BanjoZebra
BanjoZebra Sun, 20th February, 2011

What about 3:4?


djnippa
djnippa Sun, 20th February, 2011

Show me what you mean?





djnippa
djnippa Sun, 20th February, 2011

I'm not sure it's possible using the current set up. Unless you use advanced filter settings, but then you lose a few of the other angles.


BanjoZebra
BanjoZebra Sun, 20th February, 2011

Testing out the underline tag.

Anyways, why only angles and not curves or anything else?



djnippa
djnippa Sun, 20th February, 2011

Sorry it doesn't fit you needs. Please feel free to do your own version with curves.
Please also refrain from asking the same question 2 or 3 times.


geneus1
geneus1 Mon, 21st February, 2011

@BanjoZebra: The 3:4 angle is possible if you use the advanced filter setting of 1 Horizontal and 2 Vertical. In addition, the 1:12 and 1:16 angles are enabled, but the 2:3, 6:1 and 8:1 angles are respectively unavailable. Conversely, if you use a filter setting of 2 Horizontal 1 Vertical, you enable the 4:3, 12:1, and 16:1 angles, but disable the 3:2, 1:6, and 1:8 angles respectively.

If you're not well versed on transformational effects of working in the stretched filterspaces, you can quickly become confused of its inner workings. I recommend that djnippa's brick tutorial should be mastered first before delving into anything more advanced. The myriad brick possibilities in the default 1:1 filter are satisfactory for most fontstructions imaginable.


thalamic
thalamic Mon, 21st February, 2011

Credit where credit is due: Although I hardly ever use these advanced bricks, whenever I do, they are copied from a clone of this fs. Thanks, djnippa.


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 1st July, 2011

Added a few extra bricks to this TOOL.


elmoyenique
elmoyenique Fri, 1st July, 2011

¡Gracias, Maestro!


will.i.ૐ
will.i.ૐ Fri, 1st July, 2011

This TOOL is so wonderful in its utility and artful organization. I can really learn a lot from you, here. Thanks! :)

p.s. I wonder the significance of the large and somewhat mysterious block of square bricks at the end of MY BRICKS. Are they other composites that didn’t make the cut and were then substituted out?


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 1st July, 2011

Thanks guys.

@ will.i.ૐ I've no idea, they're not supposed to be there. It seems to be a glitch. I'll try to correct it, or ask Rob if it continues.


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 1st July, 2011

Huge fontstruct glitch. I've contact the Meekster.


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 1st July, 2011

I've cleaned it, and sorted it out. Should be good to go.


sive
sive Fri, 1st July, 2011

I have solved right now ALL THE PROBLEMS WITH FS! thank you, i will grateful for ever..


sive
sive Sat, 2nd July, 2011

there are also curves??


djnippa
djnippa Sat, 2nd July, 2011

What do you mean?


sive
sive Sat, 2nd July, 2011

there are also ''cheated'' curves? like these angles (sorry for my maccheroni english)


djnippa
djnippa Sat, 2nd July, 2011

You can make 'cheated' / bezier curves from the different angled bricks. Is that what you mean?


djnippa
djnippa Mon, 4th July, 2011



djnippa
djnippa Fri, 29th July, 2011



Sc10
Sc10 Sat, 7th January, 2012

Oh wow... I didn't even know non-square composites were possible, nor deleting blocks in composites!

Thank for doing this!


mpdr
mpdr Wed, 8th February, 2012

i found it!wow............awesome


four
four Sun, 26th February, 2012

What a fantastic resource, thanks for all the hard work!


jayiscool
jayiscool Mon, 19th March, 2012

Thank you! I have been looking for something like this for a while. I am going to finish my new font now. :)


anonymous
anonymous Fri, 4th May, 2012

NOTE: The only possible scales on fs are x:1, x:2, x:3, x:4, x:6, & x:8, because the brix in composites are limited to four.


djnippa
djnippa Fri, 4th May, 2012

@micgio. You are wrong, they are not the only possible scales. There is also 2:3. Please see text and images above in the thread.


anonymous
anonymous Mon, 28th May, 2012

Oh right. OH RIGHT. OH RIGHT! I almost forgot.


anonymous
anonymous Mon, 28th May, 2012

At least with 1x1 filters. So far.

I sent you a related message in your account.

@thalamic: I'm not sure why you'd need 1:0. And how to make 1:7, 9, 14, 18, 27, 34, 45, 56, 63, 72, 76, 81, 83, and 90??? It's as if Meek had a special version of FS just 4 u!!

ANYWAY, I feel like checking my account.


djnippa
djnippa Wed, 30th May, 2012

I've fixed the error, and reshuffled some of the bricks to make this 'indispensable' tool easier to use. :)


djnippa
djnippa Wed, 30th May, 2012



anonymous
anonymous Wed, 30th May, 2012

@geneus1: U won't disable 1:6 and 1:8. 1:3 and 1:4 could hop in place. But 2:3 would be eliminated.


geneus1
geneus1 Thu, 31st May, 2012

@djnippa: Robust additions to an already stellar collection.
@micgio: Great find! I'm surprised it took over a year for anyone to catch that error. I was off in explaining the transposition. You are correct in stating that the 1:6 and 1:8 angles are still available. When utilizing the taller 1:2 filter, all of the regular height dimensions shift to steeper angles. The standard angles of 1:3 and 1:4 are eliminated when they stretch to 1:6 and 1:8. The standard 1:6 and 1:8 angles become 1:12 and 1:16. Again, the converse is also true regarding the wide 2:1 filter setting.






winty5
winty5 Tue, 25th December, 2012

Thanks for these new and awesome bricks! Although I usually prefer to make things with the bricks already at hand, maybe this will help me venture out into the world of compositing. I still don't really get all this mumbo jumbo because i'm 10 years old. Thanks for making this, it's much appreciated among the FS community.


Wolf Lambert
Wolf Lambert Sat, 12th January, 2013

Many thanks! It's very handy :D


Wolf Lambert
Wolf Lambert Sat, 12th January, 2013

Oh no, italic tag isn't closed! now better?


djnippa
djnippa Sat, 12th January, 2013

Thanks Wolf.
I never start a font without it.
I'll also update it from time to time, when I hit a time consuming composite.
Italics is sorted. Good job.


unci
unci Mon, 25th February, 2013

Now this is great! I'm stumped with a few diagonals in my font which otherwise works fine, so I can use these! Means I'll rework spacefurs regular once again and the condensed, extended and monospaced versions need some more attention before release to the public.



SymbioticDesign
SymbioticDesign Mon, 29th July, 2013

This is just plain awesome. And inspiring. ;)


GeronimoFonts
GeronimoFonts Sun, 27th April, 10:11 PM

Wow... thank you


funk_king
funk_king Thu, 15th May, 2:10 AM

i've never been able or motivated to use this tool-set mainly because i work high-def (2X2 brick size). once i cloned this and tried to change the filter setting to 2X2 and it was a mess. now with the new nudge feature i think it will be possible to clone and change the settings and with some work, manipulate these bricks to work with high-def projects. that will be real sweet.


djnippa
djnippa Thu, 15th May, 2:27 AM

Thanks FK. I use high-def 2x2 all the time. I've never had any problems with it. What were you trying to do with it? I think you must have either been using it for the wrong purpose, or tried to push it too far. Everything has it limitations. :)
In regards the new 'nudge' feature, I think this is still an essential tool, even though some composites could be deemed as unnecessary now.


funk_king
funk_king Thu, 15th May, 2:44 AM

i think when i tried before and changed the settings, i was just overwhelmed by what the bricks did. i think if there was a 2x2 version that was nice and clean like your original, it would have made sense to me... that and avoiding the tequila i was drinking :)