see also Titanium II by winty5
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Very good for the first stencil, keep it up!
@cablecomputer: Thanks, I will finish it.
Finished! Need to work on numbers/punctuation
You're good with stencils.
The horizontals in glyphs like E,F are thicker than the rest, you should probably make thew narrower, or vice-versa, make other glyphs thicker. "J" looks strange, "X" needs work, and I'think FS can handle diagonal on "N", just keep playing :)
A 10/10 for the big effort here.
@architaraz: E and F are ruined by the stupid sample preview. I know about J and X, those are always my hardest glyphs, and FS just won't cooperate with me on the N. Any suggestions?
Hmm, yeap, there are many suggestions. I cloned your work and tweaked it a bit. I can publish it for you, so that you can clone. I'll make it private once you've cloned.
Please make it public! Thanks!
Put the extra guides as in image below. Since your font is monospaced, each glyph better not exceed or be smaller than the red line.
How do I put in guides?
Expert Mode; Menu > View > Extra Guides. Add as many as needed.
Open Menu - View - Extra Guides.
Enable expert mode by pressing a grey button near yellow HELP button. Go to Advanced - Lock Guides, so that they won't bother you while fontstructing.
You're working on a big grid, so you'll need guides, otherwise you'll get confused. On the image above, once you've set your guides, you'll know exactly how to develop your font, try building other characters accordingly.
Thank you! Guides are really helping, but I couldn't apply them on K, X.
This looks nice. The B is particularly clever. M, P, R, W, and X might need work though. What I suggest for the P is moving the lower part of the ring down. And is that the first 3 of Cyrillic set near the end? :P
@Umbreon126: I like the B too. Look at Titanium II and it may solve some of your problems with those glyphs. And yes, I am working on the Cyrillic.
Be careful with this guy, please, he only has 10 years, but loves typography and is doing very nice things on FS! (We all love this kind of energy... Young Blood!). It's an appreciate learner, IMHO. 10 2 U!
@elmo: Thanks! :)
Every word creates a continuous line that runs over the top and bottom of letters, looping at their connections. An ingenious and winning interpretation of the “Connected Script” competition.
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