by architaraz

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Wanted to create smth arrow-ish by drawing continuous lines, with beginnings and endings. Tried to show the path created while writing these letters. Thanks.
Info Created on 1st December 2011 . Last edited on 17th November 2012.
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Comment by architaraz 4th December 2011
Nice design! Original, consistent and easy to read.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 4th December 2011
well done 9/10
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 4th December 2011
Clever and very well executed! 10/10.
This is one design were I feel more the lack of the 3 bricks curve (or of a smaller inner curved corner).
Comment by riccard0 4th December 2011
Cool design! 10/10
Comment by cablecomputer 5th December 2011
An interesting concept - works well. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 5th December 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Arro” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 7th December 2011
Thank you all for the comments and for the TP )
Comment by architaraz 7th December 2011
Good job! I especially like your Cyrillic glyphs.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th December 2011
Architaraz, can you add to the Arro font Cyrillic glyphs і, ї, є, ґ for full support the Ukrainian language?
Comment by OAM 13th December 2011
@ OAM:
Of course ) I'll notify...
Comment by architaraz 14th December 2011
I've added mentioned Ukrainian characters.
Changed some characters and numbers, as well as the edges, they're a bit rounded now.
Comment by architaraz 27th December 2011
While I understand the thinking behind the rounded terminals, I think I liked the flat ones better.
Comment by riccard0 28th December 2011
Thanks for mentioning. I think I'll leave the rounded version for myself, cause even the rating dropped, so, I've changed it, it's now flat again )))
Comment by architaraz 28th December 2011
You could always make a clone and call it Arro Rounded! As for the dropping rating, I think it’s just because as more people notice your font, there will be an higher percentage of naysayers.
Comment by riccard0 28th December 2011
Good job!
Comment by LoveHorses 29th December 2011
I tried doing a font with arrows once, which is why I know how difficult this was to do. Well done.
Comment by thalamic 3rd January 2012