by Scawty

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This one was a personal challange, I saw all the new block inspired fonts people had been making, and it made me think: "how few blocks can i use to make a decent font?" and I did it! Just 14 different blocks, and two of those were for punctuation and accents. It also has a terrible pun for a name.
Info Created on 5th December 2012 . Last edited on 5th December 2012.
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Beautiful. Very creative miniature and excellent use of the new bricks!
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 5th December 2012
Looks like winty5's Quadrupus. Well refined shapes here. Really like a, e, s!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 5th December 2012
oh, i had never seen winty5's Quadrupus, some of the characters are the same. (crap) but i also tried to differentiate upper and lowercase
Comment by Scawty 5th December 2012
should i alter the few characters that are the same? just for the sake of not mimicing (accidental or not)?
Comment by Scawty 5th December 2012
You should let your characters as they are, because they work perfectly. It's inevitable to have some already existing glyphs in such small grids. I think the spirits of Fin-struct are really different despite some common glyphs and that's all the important. Yours has a more "gothic" feel. I'm sure winty5 will agree.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 5th December 2012
I do agree. Your X is better than my X, and I can see you had a much more different aim than me. You wanted to use FINS, but I wanted to make my font based on circles. Love your Z, it's way better than mine. Nice work! 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 5th December 2012
Thank you guys, i liked the new blocks, and wanted to see how versitile the fins could be.
Comment by Scawty 5th December 2012