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Fantastic. How about an alt 'T' for all us dopes who can't appreciate its charm?
really like the sample.
also nice solutions for V and W.
(and the sample as usual is superb!)
@CharmlessDopes473: Alright. Ok. I will bend. Two versions of an alt 'T' have been add, an anorexic one and a bloated one. Unless I've overlooked something obvious (which is entirely possible), I think that's as good as it gets.
Great font. Awesome sample.
I think the unmodified T is charming and full of personality. Totally titillating.
I can see why you're hooked on the 1.8 scheme -- the way the circle brick overlaps the joins is nothing short of miraculous. I'm glad you didn't abort the t before we all got to look at it; there's nothing wrong with it. In fact it just adds charm to a design that's already bristling with niceties.
Can niceties be said to bristle? In the world of Mr Bond, indeed they can.
very nice one.
by the way keep the t as it is!
Thanks everyone for the bristling comments filled with titillating niceties. Although, I've enjoyed my time hanging out in the 1.8, I'm going to take my leave now and adventure out to undiscovered lands. Maybe I'll try 1.4 or .73 or maybe even zero, (shudder).
I love the effects you get with the 1.8 brick size. Nice work. Great sample.
Great font. I like it. Thanks
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