by architaraz

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Info Created on 6th January 2013 . Last edited on 14th January 2013.
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Comment by architaraz 7th January 2013
L-O-V-E-L-Y ! You've achieved a long series of fonts very close in spirit and intention, but each time perfectly unique. Amazing !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 7th January 2013
Another beautiful design - you really are on a roll (or should I say 'a curve') 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 7th January 2013
Fabulous design with ample curves and the hint of 3D. I can also see the first bud of the Cyrillic set (Ж). 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 7th January 2013
Excellent work architaraz.
Comment by aphoria 7th January 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Argyn” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 7th January 2013
I'm with the guys. Congrats! 10/10.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th January 2013
I love the way my mind deals with the three dee effect. Very beautiful.
Comment by laynecom 7th January 2013
This is delicious. 10/10 +add fav
Comment by fugitiveglue 7th January 2013
Wow, amazing! This is one of your best experiments with the fin bricks, sort of a combination of stencil and elegant, seemingly a mix of two opposites, like oil and water, but it somehow works perfectly. Awesome!

Sorry for my bad english
Comment by Noah (winty5) 8th January 2013
Wow, thanks everybody, glad you liked it! Thanks for the present, Rob!
Comment by architaraz 8th January 2013
The way the circles fill in some of the white space, and in other places and such, is perfect. Although the lovercase x looks a bit strange... 10/10 + another fav
Comment by Umbreon126 8th January 2013
W.O.W! did not know how to do this one. 10/10
Comment by regular_one 8th January 2013
You own these curves! The 3D-ness of some letters is awesome.
Comment by thalamic 8th January 2013
WOW! Like several others already said, the 3D-ish letters (and all the rest, too) are AMAZING. 10/10 + add fave
Comment by ETHproductions 8th January 2013
Some suggestions,disregard the T's
Comment by rj10328 9th January 2013
Thanks everybody, it's really a pleasure.
@rj10328: Thanks, but those S-es are impossible with FS (yet), smth like these may be of consideration:
Comment by architaraz 10th January 2013
What a great font, such inventive use of bricks again. I love the way you keep taking things a step further all the time! 10/10
Comment by four 10th January 2013
superbe font
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 11th January 2013
it's wonderful
Comment by Extranjero56 17th February 2013
Fantastic! I love the subtly implied 3D effect. I'm sorry to have missed this when it came out. Good luck in your professional endeavors.
Comment by geneus1 27th July 2013
Ok, Everybody, AT Argyn is now available from MyFonts:
Samples there aren't great, I think I spend all my creativity on fonts, and have none left for samples :)
Comment by architaraz 3rd August 2013
Comment by architaraz 3rd August 2013
So is there a reason why you still have it available to download for FREE on this site?
Comment by djnippa 3rd August 2013
Oops, forgot it. But it's not a big deal, version at myfonts is different in spacing, kerning, letters like T have been improved and etc.
This one is a demo for those who downloaded, please, be noted.
Comment by architaraz 3rd August 2013
Wow, congratulations for being accepted! Just curious what font editor you use to improve some weird past figures...
Comment by cablecomputer 3rd August 2013
Have you thought of doing a version where all characters are facing the asme way, and another variation where they all face the opposite way.
For example G & g face opposite directions, it would be nice if they both faced the same direction.
Comment by djnippa 3rd August 2013
Congratulations! I used to spend a lot of time worrying about the flag and poster samples ... now I often just do them in black and white the same as you.
Comment by p2pnut 3rd August 2013
Congrats! And tell me if I can help you in anyway.
Comment by elmoyenique 3rd August 2013
Thanks! I wasn't accepted immediately, they wanted me to change some glyphs, add some chars and edit spacing. It took me exactly 1 month from sending my work to publishing it on MyFonts. I used Font Creator Pro.

Yeap, that kind of thought came to mind, but then, every font can be edited endlessly, so, had to go with what I had at the time. But maybe someday I'll update it.

@p2pnut & elmoyenique:
Thanks. And of course, I have soooo many questions! A normal forum would come in handy actually :)
Comment by architaraz 4th August 2013
Comment by architaraz 4th August 2013
Comment by architaraz 4th August 2013
Oh, yeeesssss! Such a beautiful specimen!
Comment by laynecom 4th August 2013
Congratulations on getting your first font listed on Myfonts. I am hoping to follow in your footsteps one of these days. The samples on behance are excellent!
Comment by four 5th August 2013
Thanks laynecom & four. It took time to make those samples, but it was worth it.
@four: That'd be great!
Comment by architaraz 6th August 2013
I'm sorry, I never explained what Argyn is, here's a link to Wikipedia. My mother is an Argyn, this is partly dedicated to her I guess.
Comment by architaraz 7th August 2013

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