by diogog

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Estudo de "gotica" + "uncial" a simular influência Árabe. Matriz média de 6x6 blocos nas minusculas. Tem acentuação portuguesa. Study of "Black letter" + "uncial" with some Arab flavour. Matrix 6x6 pixel (average in lowercase) with Portuguese accent.
Info Created on 16th December 2012 . Last edited on 14th January 2013.
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    Comment by diogog 14th January 2013
    Blackletter? Vaguely. Uncial? Hardly. Arabic flavour: not a trace of it. It is an interesting experiment, nevertheless. Some letters need further polishing.
    Comment by Frodo7 15th January 2013
    I love this! It's just amazing! 10/10
    Comment by Noah (winty5) 15th January 2013
    Like Frodo7 said, not exactly along the style of what you mentioned; but it looks great as a display font for something dark ;)
    Comment by Umbreon126 15th January 2013
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Mossarabe” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 15th January 2013
    Superb fontstruct entry, with very stylish, unique taste.
    Comment by architaraz 15th January 2013
    Hi all
    Thanks for all comments. This is my first try here on using the Fontsctruct "blocs". As I described, is a study of somehow "old style" letters - "Mossarabe" (Moçárabe - Mozarab in English). In Portugal and Spain were the Iberic Christian who lived under Arab Islamic rule and adopted elements of Arabic language and culture in the 11th century. This study is just for fun, and in fact it seems somehow "arrogant" to compare it to "black letter" or whatever... the chalenge was tho reinvente the complex geometry with so few blocs. Carpe Diem, have fun :)
    Comment by diogog 15th January 2013
    Wow, cool experiments you had!
    Comment by cablecomputer 15th January 2013
    I like the way how at first sight it looks all over the place but then its ornaments and the letter forms seem so consistent.

    This is a very original typeface.
    Comment by laynecom 15th January 2013
    A flavour of the inspiration in a Iberic document.
    Comment by diogog 15th January 2013
    An interesting and very decorative first font. 10/10
    Comment by p2pnut 15th January 2013
    This is simply fantastic.
    Comment by sarreyn 18th January 2013
    Great, just what I was looking for. Thks!
    Comment by gotik 21st January 2013