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I know this font is not my best work, but I'm only 10 years old. You can't expect a kid's work to be perfect, and I'm not even trying to make this work perfect. It's supposed to be minimalist, not professional. If, for some reason, you dislike me, then keep your opinion to yourself, and everyone will be happy. If you're just an idiot who likes to go around giving bad ratings, then there's no point in that. You're just making everyone angry.
I personally find this very original and pleasing even if some characters do not work and and should be redesigned, especially J,N,1,7, and S,Z are not enough wide. You also should adjust spacing to make it constant between all letters. It has potential to become a cute little thing i think. Do not care about bad ratings, even the greatest fonts here have theirs!
@AFT: Thanks, I do not really know what to do with those letters, any suggestions?
Your "HEXA" inspired me a brand new font I began to work on. First steps are very encouraging and i think it has the potential to become a new "TESTAMENT". But you'll have to be patient to see the final result.
@AFT: Glad I could help. :)
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