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I love the use of the simple modular geometry in a legible sans. Very clever.
you guys are truly in love with letters.
@ meek: thanks a lot! I'm honored to receive a comment from you.
@ kix: thanks! From what I can see you share the same love. :)
Since yesterday the downloadable font has smoother diagonals than the ones you can see in the big O above, as the developers fixed a small bug.
Thanks again Rob!
I really like your approach on this one, Em. It doesn't deny its modularity, it revels in it.
This one was hard to find. It's like a ninja font - it seems to be eluding the font preview on me, but the images on the comments are really nice. Looks like the "Top Pick" is hiding out also, but it might just be my computer acting up again.
The lack of Top Pickness was admin error. It has been corrected.
@ geneus1: thanks!
The ninja behaviour is due to the large grid size I had to use to make the dodecagon visible also in the counters.
And you are perfectly right: I was not satisfied by the bezier technique used with great mastery by williaum and kix, so I decided to emphasize the lack of roundness.
@ Stewf: thanks for the Top Pick mark! :)
@ williaum: thanks, you are too kind!
I'm really curious about the different weights of the Vandal Gothic family.
I was going to fontstruct a light version of Doodeka, but the kerning became a real issue, and for the moment it remains in standby.
I really enjoy how you stuck to 12 sides, and didn't add another 4 with the 45 degree angle blocks. I'm surprise at how few new fontstructions are taking advantage of the half-angled blocks and making some circles, or at least dodecagons. Hopefully this font can stand as a prime example of how good full circles can look!
@nemoorange: glad you like it. As I said above I preferred to limit the circle to twelve sides, because I thought that using sixteen sides made the shape neither a polygon nor a circle.
@f_puschmann: thanks a lot!
Really, really great...good concept for a nice result. :)
u're master !
@Axel and Actywista: I'm honored you both like this font!
I love how you've embraced the modularity! (That's a word, right?)
Thanks Emepar, I think it is the right word. :)
(BTW, looking back at this font I fixed the space width that was not available in July 08...)
A beautifully executed modular blackletter with extraordinary filigree around the caps. Usable despite the small character set.
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