by Femi_i_r

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This font was based on the word pompous. It was created for a typography brief set in my first year at UWE Bristol. From the word pompous I was inspired to look at black letter fonts and ornate styles of decoration. Any feedback would be appreciated! If you use this font within your work please post a link with your final outcome, as its always nice to see your creation in action! Heres a link to my specemin poster x
Info Created on 8th November 2010 . Last edited on 3rd January 2011.
License Creative Commons
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wow. this is magnificent and quite an accomplishment. nicely done and well done. not overly done, just right. congratulations and wish you well in your studies.
Comment by funk_king 9th November 2010
Medieval and heraldic with a contemporary feel. I particularly like the letter K.
Comment by gorillainsects 9th November 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “RoyallyStruct” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th November 2010
Please check out my specmin poster at this link

Comment by Femi_i_r 10th November 2010
Specimen poster looks fantastic man, great interpretation of the theme. You might wanna change the license so people can't clone it, there are people out there who'll want to pass this off as their own work
Comment by adumdee 10th November 2010
Thanks for the heads up, how would you do that?
Comment by Femi_i_r 10th November 2010
The license thing needs to be changed in the drop down menu to 'Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Non Derivative'. People can still download and use your font, but if it's commercial use you get credited for it
Comment by adumdee 10th November 2010
This is very very good and looks really well thought out
Comment by mikebrown1111 12th November 2010
looks so good man. Hope the poster/booklet is going good too.
Comment by charlieallen50 17th November 2010
Comment by funk_king 17th November 2010
Good and hard work! And good sample too by master fk!
Comment by elmoyenique 17th November 2010
Comment by Femi_i_r 23rd November 2010
so where are the dingbats? are you creating another set :)
Comment by funk_king 23rd November 2010
Very interestingly decorated.
Comment by snhussain 24th November 2010
I've added a few glyphs to the font, should be adding some more pretty soon!
Comment by Femi_i_r 24th November 2010
A very elegant and detailed fontstruction, and an excellent interpretation of the word pompous.

It's the modern medieval face. :)
Comment by RevRosales 16th February 2011
Sweet! Keep going.
Comment by aphoria 16th February 2011
80 whoa. 869586596048579470356704387/10 as usual.
Comment by ExtremeFontMaker 22nd February 2011
Out of all the fonts from last year, this one remains my favourte, it's so sharp, detailed and delightfully simple in some ways. :3
Comment by Martin Bodger (Arty_Marty) 20th November 2012