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Excellent. Impressive and so clean. Though the "t" looks a bit small.
Classy. I really like the angles you chose. At first glance I thought the d, e and f's diagonals lined up, but looking closer it seems they don't. It'd be cool if they did, maybe simply adjusting the letter width could fix that. And also g, k, and b should line up similarly. Just a thought :)
(Hasn't been around for a few days, and this is became forgotten.)
Thanks for the comments!
@neurone: About the "t" I'm still not sure, though.
@CMunk: I almost get it, but I don't understand the "connection" between being lined up and letter width.
Thanks, this is not finished yet, be patient!
I'm loving this, can't wait to see the final version!
@cablecomputer : by the way, did you finally abandon this one? I still think it would be REALLY worth developping it as complete font
I'm with AFT!
If not, can I clone it and finish it for you?
@AFT: Abandoned, hmm, yes. But not 100% abandoned, just forgotten, what a shame... Thanks, for reminding me! And recently, I'm at a mini-hiatus of making fonts due to school busy-ness.
@winty5: You can make it your own version :) I'll continue this soon...
Every word creates a continuous line that runs over the top and bottom of letters, looping at their connections. An ingenious and winning interpretation of the “Connected Script” competition.
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