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Info Created on 2nd August 2013 . Last edited on 2nd August 2013.
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i don’t like the “s”, the “m” and the “w”, but i don’t find better solutions.
Comment by Yamaw 2nd August 2013
Impressive! I like it. =)
Maybe M could be a doubled n, if it's ok for you to make it a little bit wider, same thing for the w, with the u. And I actually like your s!
Comment by Icelar 13th August 2013
Wow. I am such a big admirer of your work.

Upon cloning, an even deeper attention to detail is somehow found in your work, even though you use just five bricks. Five. Yet this almost-monospaced, extremely basic, 3x3 font gives off such an air of refinement, of thought. What looks simple took impressive consideration. I also love the blacklister elements.

What I didn't like at first were the stroke endings going different directions; for example, look at the bottoms of b and d. When typed together, it creates an uneven flow.

Then I realized: you don't need a flow! :-)

Moving on. Letter that are genius: f k l r v z. How did you come up with those? Amazing. I've attached some ideas for s. Take a look; I'm proud of the third one, and I think it might work.
Comment by demonics 13th August 2013
Sorry, forgot to mention two things.

1 The third s in my sample is meant to be a hybrid cursive/print character. Here are two more worthy of consideration.

2 I'm curious where the names come from. Not just the real names, but the numbers as well.
Comment by demonics 13th August 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “nt3.1 {declivity}” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 14th August 2013
Wow! i was out of FS in august and i missed this beauty. I like how the text seems to "move". I worked on similar effect with my font Lovely Breeze
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 21st September 2013
Nice! It's my first week here, digitalised one of my fonts some days ago and now i found yours that looks somehow similar :) i've found a nice solution for the M, W and S, maybe you could try some of my solutions. i will post some alternatives i've tried later
Comment by Kinink- 29th September 2015

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