zloty eYe/FS

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For Poland. I include the polish's alphabet: the special diacritics are in the lower case (please, type the "a", "c", "e", "l", "n", "o", "s", "y" -for the 1st z- and "z" for them). "Zloty" -beautiful word- means "golden" in polish.
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    For Poland. I include the polish's alphabet: the special diacritics are in the lower case (please, type the "a", "c", "e", "l", "n", "o", "s", "y" -like 1st z- and "z" for them).
    "Zloty" -beautiful word- means "golden" in polish.
    Comment by elmoyenique 17th July 2011
    Comment by elmoyenique 18th July 2011
    Wow! This is very nice. Your hallmarks are all over it. Must have been a good vacation. 10/10
    Comment by Frodo7 18th July 2011
    Cute indeed, retrocosmoalien feel, you're master in evoking 70s in a modular way
    Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th July 2011
    i now lol
    Comment by mawgen blu 19th July 2011
    A really great, strong design ... so distinctive and so readable. Excellent work 10/10
    Comment by p2pnut 19th July 2011
    This is great - 10/10!

    I'm not sure about the 5 and 6 though... they look a little off to me, but not sure how you could do it without breaking the grid.
    Comment by LexKominek 21st July 2011
    Thanks all, friends. I work with your comments.
    Comment by elmoyenique 3rd August 2011
    Comment by elmoyenique 3rd August 2011
    I really like this font. 10/10 definately.

    Only, wouldn't it be easier to use if the poish characters were in their respective unicode points?
    Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 3rd August 2011
    Nice demo pic with kaleidoscope effect. You could have made it in the shape of Z, like zloty.
    Comment by Frodo7 3rd August 2011
    Wow. This is fabulous. Top pick pending, surely.
    Comment by intaglio 3rd August 2011
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zloty eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 4th August 2011
    It's a great design achievement that you were able to maintain this difficult style throughout the letters, numbers and symbols. The ? is just awesome.
    Comment by thalamic 4th August 2011
    My suggestions for P, 5, and 6:

    Comment by LexKominek 6th August 2011
    Comment by LexKominek 6th August 2011
    Comment by LexKominek 6th August 2011
    P.S. When I cloned the font to take a look "under the hood" I saw so many awesome little details. Love the * and the @

    :-)
    Comment by LexKominek 6th August 2011
    @CMunk, Frodo7, Intaglio and thalamic: Thanks a lot for your kindly comments and support. I'm glad living the FS with all you, greats!
    @LexKominek: Dear friend, thanks a lot for your continuous interest in my fonts. I'll try to put some of your fresh ideas in the font .
    Comment by elmoyenique 8th October 2011
    @meek: Thanks for this new TP!
    Comment by elmoyenique 8th October 2011
    Bump.

    "Złoty" (pronounced "zwotee") is also the currency that we use in Poland. Beatiful tribute, Zloty has a lot of "polish" taste and feel, especially when compared to designs from the communist era which are, in my opinion, not affected by the influence of modern standards, but contain pure value of polish soul instead.

    Cool sample (the second one :) ).

    IN THE NAME OF THE WHOLE NATION (lol): thanks for the polish charset.
    Comment by Neoqueto 17th May 2012
    I don't think I've noticed this before, nice work. Kind of reminds me of my recent font Afterburner.
    Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 17th May 2012
    @Neoqueto, @Yautja: Thank you very much for your support and comments. BTW, Neoqueto, are you polish?
    Comment by elmoyenique 21st May 2012
    @elmoyenique: Yes, I am.
    Comment by Neoqueto 21st May 2012
    @elmoyenique: Yes, I am.
    Comment by Neoqueto 21st May 2012

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