Granny's Bear Hunt

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Info Created on 16th August 2012 . Last edited on 7th December 2012.
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pow! awesome. 10 / fav
Comment by regular_one 5th October 2012
There go my chances. Again. //

Great work. The M is a bit odd. Maybe overlapping diagonals?
Comment by demonics 5th October 2012
And the w.
Comment by demonics 5th October 2012
I agree with demonics on the M/W. Overlapping diagonals would look much better.

This is great. It's so energetic.

This is my first time using HTML tags in a message so I might have screwed up. xD
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 6th October 2012
I agree the M/N could be improved, I like V/W/X though. & could be better too. Still, nice work!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 6th October 2012
The lower case works best for me. Still worth 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 7th October 2012
A very usable stencil. Excellent work.
Comment by djnippa 8th October 2012
Exellent work! 9\10 from me, I agree the M\N\& arent the strong points, but I for one love the W! Love the name to! xD

Comment by mpdr 9th October 2012
Thanks for the feedback guys, will rethink those glyphs in the next couple of days!
Comment by four 9th October 2012
M,N,W,$,& updated.
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Comment by four 13th October 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Granny's Bear Hunt” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 5th November 2012
How about a non-stencil version?
Comment by demonics 21st January 2013
@dm: Good idea!

And by the way, did you make the first sample using software, or actually made it?
Comment by Noah (winty5) 21st January 2013
@winty5: It's a papercut made using an x-acto knife and a self-healing mat.
@demonics: To tell you the truth, that is exactly what this was in its early stages. Incomplete as it was, I used it as the basis for lettering on a papercut poster (and also on my dafont banner). When cutting the negative lettering I had to keep bridges to hold the paper together. That worked so well that I decided to complete the whole font as a stencil and publish it for the stencil competition. In my enthusiasm I forgot to save a non-stencil clone. To build that, I will now have to clone this one and work backwards. One day I will.
Comment by four 21st January 2013
Here's the poster with the negative lettering at the bottom.
Comment by four 21st January 2013
Good font; awesome poster.
Comment by thalamic 21st January 2013
Wow — very cool.
Comment by demonics 22nd January 2013
Nice papercutting! :)
Comment by Noah (winty5) 22nd January 2013
Comment by four 27th August 2013