by cablecomputer

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A typeface based on a logo I found here: Suggestions are welcome By the way, If I exclude the letter "M" it'll form the word "Otakku" means "My Brain" in my language.
Info Created on 27th October 2012 . Last edited on 6th May 2013.
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You've done a great job! The sample says "Бетон", it means concrete from russian, you might wanna add it to your tags.
Comment by architaraz 9th November 2012
Comment by cablecomputer 9th November 2012
@architaraz: Thanks, for the comments!

Btw, is that word "Бетон" spells "Beton"? That word is in my language, that means "concrete" too! (Check it on Google Translate)
Very interesting if Indonesian, Kazakh, and Russian have many same words (& meanings)... Nice to know your languages :)
Comment by cablecomputer 9th November 2012
Yeap, that's the spelling. Yet again we have similarities ;)
Comment by architaraz 9th November 2012
Nice for me!
Comment by elmoyenique 9th November 2012
What program are you using to make sample images?
Awesome font, 9/10.
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 9th November 2012
@elmoyenique: Thanks for your support :)

@Rahi-Tak: Thanks for the comment! Actually I don't have any designing programs like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, or anything else except the default one --> MS Paint :P
But I get an idea to design using MS PowerPoint! You know, for making presentations... I set the paper to portrait than I print-screen it and move it to MS Paint. Voila!
Comment by cablecomputer 10th November 2012
Aha. When you save the picture from ms paint, you should change the file type from .jpeg to .png. Then it wouldn't have that graininess. :)
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 10th November 2012
@Rahi-Tak: Wow, thanks for the advice! :)
Comment by cablecomputer 10th November 2012
Comment by cablecomputer 10th November 2012
You were right to keep going in that direction, you're really mastering now these kinds of esthetic. What makes your approach special is your reappriation of techno very "occidental" styles but as if they were from countries not from the latin alphabet area (here i can't help thinking to Indonesia and such) but actually BEING latin and amazingly legible!
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 10th November 2012
Help, I'm lost ;-)

Great work; 10/10.

@U126 // Wait — .png is the best format? And to think, all this time I was using .gif! Thanks for that info!

@cablecomputer // Wow, you make the amazing samples with just Paint and PowerPoint? Incredible.
Comment by demonics 10th November 2012
.gif is probably the second best, but .bmp comes in a close third. Reasons:

.png pros:
1. Always do a perfect, ungrainy image (I believe it's because it saves the data of each pixel?)
2. Can have alpha values (transparency)
.png cons:
1. Only .gif images can be animated

.gif pros:
1. Be used to make animations
2. Can have alpha values

However, .gifs also have an odd way of saving colors (you can see this when changing the file-type in MS Paint.)

.bmp pros:
1. Also saves perfect, individual pixels, akin to the .png
.bmp cons:
1. Has a HUGE file size (Almost double .png!)
2. Can't save alpha values.

You really want to use different file types depending on the occasion.

.gif is usually only for animations

.png is usually for everything except animations

.bmp is for anything that can't handle .png images (like desktop backgrounds in vista)

You have phenomenal samples, cablecomputer! Whether or not the finished result is grainy. :O

Random fact: The print screen key takes a .png screenshot.
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 10th November 2012
Also, a .tif or .tiff is good for text, and black and white images. Not good with anything else.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 10th November 2012
Many thanks for your continuous supports!

And thanks for the information about images!
Comment by cablecomputer 11th November 2012
There are lots of free graphics programs available - here is a link to some:

Hope this helps.
Comment by p2pnut 11th November 2012
Beautiful exercise on the square centimeter and excellent samples. My only suggestion would be to add some small indents to the sides of X, to make it more distinct from H. Love the font, 10/10+ fav!
Comment by four 11th November 2012
Motakku really pops at pxl size. Awesome work!
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 11th November 2012
I was so busy looking up the link (above) that I forgot to say - really good work. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 12th November 2012
@p2pnut: Thanks for finding me link for free graphics programs! Actually you do not need to do anything like this to me. But, thanks very much, this helps :)

@four: Thanks for the suggestion! I'll try.

@will.i.aum: Thanks for the comment!
Comment by cablecomputer 12th November 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Motakku” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 16th November 2012
Congrats for the TP and this intrincate glyphs!
Comment by elmoyenique 16th November 2012
@meek: Thanks for the "pink star"! ;)
@elmo: Thanks mate! Your supports and appreciations are always means a lot to me :)
Comment by cablecomputer 16th November 2012
Really cool font! 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 27th November 2012
Very good! :)
Comment by bronteg 11th December 2012
Enjoyed the inspired artwork !
Comment by dpla 9th April 2013

Thanks, for the comments!
Comment by cablecomputer 9th April 2013