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I surely would have prefered real curves but i definitely love these shapes. It would be fantastic in a Goth context. What is amazing is that i can't help feeling such ancient forms as alien creative reappropriation of our modern latin alphabet.
Do you know the english designer Jonathan Barnbrook ? You should like some of his types. His site is named virusfonts.com He has magnificiently reinterpreted old glyphs in a contemporary way
Thanks n1e, I would have preferred real curves too, but I don't know of any way to make them on FontStruct (except with the quarter-hollow-circle brick, which would make a very bold font). Is there a way to make real curves this big?
Maybe P2Pnut could be of good advice, for better approximations in such curves
I'm happy to point you towards this: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/all_bricks_6
This is my version of djnippa's: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/all_composites_saved_in_my_bricks
I think djnippa may have produced an updated version as well.
Hope this helps :)
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