FS Ariapenciroman

by kix

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hey fellas. let me introduce my personal CROSSOVER of "arial" and "times new roman", two of the most famous fonts of western typefaces. nicely presented in a scetchy pencil drawn quickie style :) it's just lower case yet, but i wanted to share it. upper case, numerals and symbols to come. really :) this is especially tasty in small pixel sizes! thanks for attention! try it... *UNDER FONSTRUCTION*
Info Created on 22nd August 2008 . Last edited on 9th June 2010.
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Comment by kix 26th August 2008
So this is what you have been doing all this time. Well, what can I say but...it's superb! Every single character is gorgeous. Your skill, creativity, and daring grows with each new font. Very admirable. An 11.
Comment by thalamic 26th August 2008
Comment by funk_king 26th August 2008
I must find a new word to replace wow. The "chalk" effect looks magnificent in your reverse example. As thalamic says, 11 out of 10. Surely we need a "font of the year" category.
Comment by intaglio 27th August 2008
Comment by guentersen 27th August 2008
Kix, that's really impressive. It seems an hand-drawn font in every piece of letter. Wonderful!
Comment by alexfulton 27th August 2008
Although everyone might not agree about Arial and Times New Roman being the "two most important fonts of all western typefaces", I think we can all agree that you've created something incredible here, Kix. In the words of Tim and Eric, "Great Job!".
Comment by afrojet 27th August 2008
thanks all :)
i really had fun doing this.
arial and times new roman were indeed very important for me, but i agree with you. i changed that :)
i'll start "drawing" upper case.
Comment by kix 27th August 2008
OMG KIX! Great Job, Awesome Show! Can't wait to see the rest of it! Outstanding!
Comment by geneus1 27th August 2008
Words fail me. This is awesome. Fantastic job!
Comment by Karolina Lach (sliveress) 27th August 2008
it's always such a nice contrast seeing someone throwing all the modular typface rules over board compared to all the 1/4 circles and 45 degree lines. it's absolutely fantastic.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 27th August 2008
WOW! Absolutly georgeus typeface, congratulations... KEEP ON WORKING!!
Comment by Axel Leyer 28th August 2008
Incredible work! Good use of the irregularities.
Comment by Érico Lebedenco 28th August 2008
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 28th August 2008
dude, you're #1 with a bullet! congrats.
Comment by funk_king 28th August 2008
Jebus. That's a lot of bricks.
Comment by nemoorange 28th August 2008
i will have to ask him something in german because i guess it's his mothertongue and it's mine as well

darf ich fragen ob du beruflich im bereich typographie tätig bist? deine schriften sind ja ausnahmslos gut und zeugen von viel erfahrung/know-how
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 29th August 2008