Claredont Stencil

by riccard0
Cloned from Claredont by riccard0.

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Based on Claredont, featuring the new slightly improved S and some added glyphs.
Info Created on 30th December 2010 . Last edited on 6th November 2011.
License Creative Commons
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Comment by riccard0 6th November 2011
Awesomeness to the 10th! :)
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 6th November 2011
Great font, riccard0!
Comment by elmoyenique 6th November 2011
Comment by laynecom 6th November 2011
Great work. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 6th November 2011
A great new take on an already fantastic font. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 7th November 2011
I’m but a poor lazy student of the craft, while you’re the real masters!
Comment by riccard0 7th November 2011
What a remarkable demo picture!
Comment by Frodo7 7th November 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Claredont Stencil” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 8th November 2011
Very awesome.
Comment by thalamic 2nd December 2011
Were the capitals perhaps inspired by my font Wanted 2.0?
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 3rd December 2011
@Agent-D-L. Ha ha. Very cocky. You're joking right? This is based on which was designed in December 2010. Some 6 and a half months before you did your 'perhaps inspired' by version of it.
Comment by djnippa 3rd December 2011
Thank you Thalamic and Nippa :-)
ADL, I think we both were inspired by the historical lettershapes of Clarendon, a style popularised, among other things, by the wild west “WANTED” bounty posters. The intrinsic limitations of Fonstruct in reproducing such shapes could have led to further similarities. That said, looking at your font, I think we choose quite different stylistic approaches and solutions (terminals and serifs, for example).
Comment by riccard0 4th December 2011
True. Yours IS quite different.
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 6th December 2011