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So that's how I could have done this! Well thought out, Em! Great functionality. Large character set. But I would have gone nuts stacking 192 characters.
I just noticed the LegoManiax font you just shared (check my comment), and it's interesting to notice how we tried to achieve the same result with a different approach.
In my case there no brick stacking, only some brick overlapping that is possible when using a doubled brick size.
Good stuff. The blue and gray sample reminds me of those sheets of candy cake letters that one can buy in the bakery aisle at the local supermarket.
I´m back to my childhood when iI was playing with lego...welll..I´m still playing with fontstruct :)
Great work, Em42! Beautiful samples, too!
I wish I had some Lego left to rebuild this awesome font and to take pictures of it.
Thanks for your comments!
I'm glad this set has been so well-received: it required some work to complete the four sets dealing with all those LEGO brick studs.
@Afrojet and SquarePegs: I tried to stick to the standard LEGO colors at the beginning, but then I preferred using different hues to make the sample look more typographic and less toyish.
@Axel and Saberrider: as I said elsewhere, I suspected I was not the only one in the FontStruct community that played a lot with LEGO bricks during childhood. :)
This is like...I don't even know. Words fail me.
Just awesome^awesome! :)
Thanks Thalamic, you are too kind!
BTW, as concerning a discussion we had somewhere else: did you notice that the 1-raters stroke here as well? ...and three times in a row! :)
I noticed, I noticed! I don't let it bother me anymore. But it is a shame all the same.
"The world is a vampire, sent to drain
Secret destroyers, hold you up to the flames
And what do I get, for my pain?
Betrayed desires, and a piece of the game"
---Bullet With Butterfly Wings - Smashing Pumpkins
Thank you. This is a great font for Scrapbooking. I like it.
This font is so fucking beautiful! Thank you so much!
You're welcome! I would love to see your work if you use it.
its impossible to something like this very very nice
Thank You a lot sir :))
I really like the font but how do you use the fill?
@maebe: set your text in Legorama Fill, choose the color, then copy and paste the text object/layer on top and set it to Legorama with a darker color. That's it! :)
sensational work. Must have taken AGES!
Not really ages, as the design is strongly modular, but at least a week! :)
Found on the Web: it's a LEGO party sign for a four-years-old child birthday party.
Very clever parents indeed! :)
Very charming this passion for lego. I'm pretty sure your font is his favorite ;)
Amazing, I think you are a genius!
Awesomely creative! 10/10 and well deserved.
How do you merge the 2 fonts (Legorama and Legorama fill) to get the colorful Lego letters shown above? Please help!
@EthanN:set your text in Legorama Fill, choose the color, then copy and paste the text object/layer on top and set it to Legorama with a darker color.
Love it! Thanks so much!
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