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Very unique. I love the s, please don=t change it!
Cool stuff. I love the R, S, and X.
This is great Thal. Really like it. Very original. The black and white on blue sample shows some dynamic possibilities for working with this typeface. Although the lowercase 't' stands apart just a little, I really like what's going on with it.
Shukria dost. :-)
@afrojet: Ever since your brilliant sessions I've been meaning to do something at a small grid scale, but no idea ever came. Eventually, I put it out of my mind. Then, yesterday, I found myself mesmerized upon seeing typerider's avatar on Focus on FontStructors interview. The lowercase t here started out with me reproducing his logo 't' in FontStruct. Then the design took on a life of its own. When the final construct turned out to be segmented, I thought it was a good candidate for your own coloring technique. Pale in comparison, I know, yet it is meant to be a tribute to you. Glad you liked it. Thanks for inspiring me.
This is a very unique, fresh design using some bricks in imaginative fashion. It demonstrates the huge untapped potential of the current set of bricks. Magnificent shapes! 10/10
That's cool! I love the G, and the others are great, too. Awesome font:)
To get so much flow and feeling from so few bricks is quite outstanding. It's great.
As a relative newbie and rank amateur I hesitate to even make a suggestion. But here goes anyway :)
I'm sure you will have already tried (and discarded) these ideas for the s. The one on the left sort of echos the S.
very original man!
I agree with Frodo's comment about demonstrating untapped potential. If Fontstruct were a game, then you've discovered one of the keys that unlocks the door to a whole new room. Thanks for holding the door open, making this FS clone-enabled, and allowing us to walk into the room with you.
Lots of variation and possibility here.
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “ought” is now a Top Pick.
Thanks again, friends.
@Frodo: The smaller you go with the grid, the more the bricks shine. I always admire the fontstructions done using the minimum of bricks. It was one simple attempt at that. Thanks for appreciating it.
@pnut: They do have a life of their own, don't they? Thanks.
@afrojet: I started out with having all my fontstructions clone-enabled. A couple of bad experiences in the beginning with clones of my babies made me change that policy. I am encouraged by the new active fontstructors' personalities, so I am re-revising my MO. And I love your mods that are so simple to do yet completely transform the font into another. You are awesome.
@gf: As are you. Thanks. :-)
This is why I stopped Share-Alike licenses. Change one brick at least, for font's sake.
vrolletmail seems to be a serial plagiarist. He might want to explain what he's trying to do... But ought is the genuine, beautiful and only one.
Is it possible his default license is set to Share Alike and everything he clones automatically gets that license applied? And he doesn't even realize it?
I really really love this, so creative and unique and has an almost gothic element to it.
This is just great! Thanks!
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs ought” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
I'm just a newbee here ... please help couse My font cannot be opened nor installed ... the error message said : no invalid true type or something like that !
Did I missing something ?
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