by chr.s

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A slab-serif stencil. Made on a relatively small grid - hence a couple of spacing issues - but I've never been one for faux curves.
Info Created on 6th October 2012 . Last edited on 3rd November 2012.
License Creative Commons
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Comment by chr.s 8th October 2012
love it! + fav
Comment by regular_one 9th October 2012
@regular_one thanks - much appreciated.
Comment by chr.s 9th October 2012
A stencil with a classic feel.
Comment by four 9th October 2012
@chr.s Message me if you continue to have problems with this FontStruction
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th October 2012
Very good. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 10th October 2012
Thanks for the kind words - maybe not the most creative entry, but I wanted to focus on practicality with this one. Also a sort of self-imposed challenge to make something with real curves, high legibility, some interesting (if only vaguely) idiosyncrasies, consistent bridge-widths, whilst keeping an even colour.

Some recent (barely perceptible) optical adjustments made on a number of letters for better overall spacing. New sample will follow.
Comment by chr.s 11th October 2012
I like this. Very clean.
Comment by minimum 11th October 2012
Simple but, great!
Comment by cablecomputer 11th October 2012
Great stencil!
Comment by elmoyenique 12th October 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Pochoir” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 31st October 2012
I’ve been very impressed by this fontstruction from day one. So clean, and it includes a highly polished extended character set! The only character that doesn’t quite fit for me is M. Does it work better with steeper diagonal strokes?
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 31st October 2012
Thanks Will - very kind words.

With regards the M, they've been steepened once already - as you may just about be able to tell by the difference in the sample. But I think you're right, they could do with being wedged in a little more. They look a little precariously balanced, in comparison to the rest of the family's rigidity.

I'm not entirely sure if the limitations of the grid permit an *ideal* angle, but I'll have a go.

Edit - they do, and it does.
Comment by chr.s 3rd November 2012
This is a Fontsruct Classic. Every fontstructor should FAV this :)
Comment by architaraz 7th November 2012
Sharp! Nicely done. 10/10
Comment by fugitiveglue 19th November 2012