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Just my first font. it's a little rusty but all the letters and numbers are fine. it's the other thingys i had trouble with. by the way i'm only in middle school. Dont judge my art.
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98 characters, 2 downloads
Created:
Wed, 21st November, 11:39 PM 2012
Last Edit:
Fri, 23rd November, 12:12 AM 2012
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ensayers
ensayers Fri, 23rd November, 2012

please rate!!! My first on!! I'm pretty young so i hope you llike!


architaraz
architaraz Fri, 23rd November, 2012

People are getting smarter, eh? I mean, I didn't even know what a computer was at your age :) Keep it up! 10/10!

You should probably go to FAQ and read a little about filtering and brick stacking, those technics would help your font to look much, much better. But if you still want it to do with this setting, I think letters like B,M,R,W have some potential, that double stroke thing is really catchy, reminds me of a font I'm making right now.

Here what I can suggest for starters:

People are getting smarter, eh? I mean, I didn't even know what a computer was at your age :) Keep it up! 10/10!
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<br/>You should probably go to FAQ and read a little about filtering and brick stacking, those technics would help your font to look much, much better. But if you still want it to do with this setting, I think letters like B,M,R,W have some potential, that double stroke thing is really catchy, reminds me of a font I'm making right now. 
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<br/>Here what I can suggest for starters:

winty5
winty5 Fri, 23rd November, 2012

I'm 10 and my fonts don't suck! This font does not suck either. Nice one bro!


p2pnut
p2pnut Fri, 23rd November, 2012

It's great to see that younger people are getting into typography. It's an amazingly rich and satisfying field in which to learn and develop your skills ... I'm 69 years old and still learning!

One thing that helps, when you start out, is to aim for consistency - letter height ('X' height for Uppercase and 'x' height for lowercase) and line strength etc. (one example here is that your 'T' is shorter than the other characters in the Uppercase). It is also important to use the green 'baseline' and blue 'leftline as fixed points of reference for all your glyphs (characters). Once you have mastered the basics - then you can experiment to your hearts content :)

For a first font this is good - so 10/10


ensayers
ensayers Sat, 24th November, 2012

@p2pnut @winty5 @architaraz Thank you!!! I know some of my glyphs need some editing... thank you again!! means alot to me!!!