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There are alternates for m, n, w & r ... any thoughts?
Smooth and pretty "non-struction". I prefer the regular m n w r.
my 10 to you! it's so cute!
Cute, funny, happy... just the way I like :)
Can you reconsider "e"? It has sharp edge that makes it different from others..
I thought of elmoyenique’s work when I saw this. Very fun and well realized. The lively details that take it out of square are great! Personally, I like the alternate w.
Excellent work, fun, retro, bubbly and nice dynamic in textview. I love the alternate w, but the regular r, m and n are more in keeping with the rest of the font. How about an alternate A with counter? 10/10 + fav!
Thank you all.
I feel that I should mention the influence that led me to this one ... I saw that cute 'C' online and it grew from there.
I have since found out that the C comes from a font called MumboJumbo by Nick Curtis.
Hopefully the solutions that I developed for the rest of the font are sufficiently different from MumboJumbo and allow this to stand.
Simple and round with a large grid, 10/10! But it looks like there's a stray brick above the z.
@Umbreon126: Thanks for spotting that :)
What a lovely Jazz Type. Cool !
RM Jazz Age is much more dynamic, lively and playful than MumboJumbo and it also has a lower case! Does the letterwidth on c need to be slightly increased?
This was the french version
I meant »wonderful« : ])
I'm with four! (And, when I saw this font, I asked me why I don't make some like this before) Excellent! 10/10.
Awesome...love the lowercase especially.
Really awesome! So smooth and jazzy... 10/10
where's the ★
@p2pnut : do you work with fontlab too?
Thanks everyone for your support and encouragement.
@regular_one: I couldn't afford Fontlab ... and wouldn't know how to use it if I could. I downloaded the free TypeLight program, but haven't managed to get my head around it. So I carry on with good old FS.
@architaraz: I have slightly changed the 'e'
Thanks for the "e".
Playfully retro. Love it.
Love It! Looks kinda like cheese.
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “RM Jazz Age” is now a Top Pick.
Cheers Mr M. :-)
That must be a massive grid you used !
@yokubo: It's just over 50 bricks high.
My usual range is between 50 and 60 bricks as I find that best for creating smoother curves.
Hi, p2pnut. Today, after seeing a font named Independant on dafont, I remembered this little cute font of yours. I decided to make it on a space I'm used to (4x4 grid with doubled filters). Now, I'm writing asking permission to share it on FS. It'll be clonable, otherwise there's no point :) Here's what it looks like:
@architaraz: Wow, wow, only 4x4 grid?? Mind blown.
@archtaraz: That is absolutely amazing!!! Of course you must share this brilliant piece of work ... I will probably clone it myself, so that I can learn the secrets of your incredible skill with small grid composites :)
I'm with the great p2pnut: astonishing work here! (I like this kind of levels, you know!) 10/10!
A very even, handwritten flow despite the inherent rigidity of its forms. The sprightly, angular effect is reminiscent of the lively lettering found in mid-century advertising.
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