zoutheast eYe/FS

by elmoyenique

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Info Created on 27th October 2012 . Last edited on 5th December 2012.
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    You keep going from one awesome to another. Master.
    Comment by thalamic 4th November 2012
    @thalamic: Thank you very much for your words, you make me blush.
    Comment by elmoyenique 4th November 2012
    ... And this other, my second western stencil. Hope you like too.
    Comment by elmoyenique 4th November 2012
    Comment by elmoyenique 4th November 2012
    This is brilliant. Quite unique, original. (The other one was similar to Payload Wide, an excellent stencil face from Linotype; more reason to me to like it.) There is not much to complain about, all letters are wonderful. The numbers are a bit hard to read, 4,5,7 in particular, but that's easy to mend. I knew you were good at western type. 10/10
    Comment by Frodo7 4th November 2012
    I especially love A, K, N. That @ sign is divine. What a brilliant, useable font you've made. 10/10
    Comment by demonics 4th November 2012
    Very original and brilliant typeface! As always :) 10/10
    Comment by cablecomputer 4th November 2012
    A reminiscence of one of the earliest fontstructions – meek’s own Floorplan – but sent back in time with Doc Brown in Back to the Future Part III. The details you coaxed from this one are stunning. You’ve got the touch for modular magic! 10/10
    Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 4th November 2012
    What a strong font, a beautiful interplay between positive and negative space. Your process of abstraction has led to a set of shapes that work so well together: what is there is suggestive of what isn't and what isn't contributes towards the overall shape of the glyphs. Fantastic, I keep looking at it. 10/10 + fav
    Comment by four 4th November 2012
    Wonderful!! Such a combination of airiness with the strength of the block serifs. I bow to your talents. 10/10+++

    Comment by p2pnut 5th November 2012
    Wow! @Frodo7: Thaaaank you very much. I'm with you about 4 and 5, but I'm trying to improve them. @demonics, @cablecomputer: Thanks once again for your continuous support, amigos. @will.i.ૐ: Thanks a looot for your words of support and your time, I don't knew the Rob Meek's font but I see some similarities, of course. @four, @p2pnut: A million thanks for your kind appreciations, you make me blush!
    Comment by elmoyenique 5th November 2012
    Yeehaw! Western elmoyenique style. Love the fact that there is a lot of empty space and yet the typeface is completely readable.
    Comment by laynecom 7th November 2012
    Thank you very much, laynecom.
    Comment by elmoyenique 7th November 2012
    Go west :) love this font
    Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 3rd December 2012
    @Upixel: Thanks, pal. I'm still working to improve some numbers.
    Comment by elmoyenique 4th December 2012
    I like the E. This is awesome! 10/10
    Comment by Noah (winty5) 4th December 2012
    @winty5: Thanks for your comments and support. From the beginning, this was an exercise too hard to complete it, but this is the way I've tried to solve it. I hope surprise you soon.
    Comment by elmoyenique 4th December 2012
    Simply awesome as usual!
    Comment by jphturtle 4th December 2012
    @jphturtle: Thank you very much for your comments and interest. The feedback is the best thing in FS. I've just made some changes to improve the legibility of some numbers (4, 5, 7).
    Comment by elmoyenique 5th December 2012