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made only from propeller bricks. mainly intended to be an outline font. inspired by 'AT Steglo' and 'flightpath'
Info: Created on 24th June 2014 . Last edited on 13th October 2014.
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Comment by ben17 24th June 2014
Very cool! I think the k would be better without a curl. You always seem to do k's like that. Also, s would be better if it was thinner. Other than that, AWESOME! 10+fav
Comment by Noah (winty5) 24th June 2014
@winty5 i normally do the k like that because that's how i hand write it.

however maybe i'll do the other sort of k in the future.

do you prefer these changes:
Comment by ben17 24th June 2014
I like the second K and the second S.
I had write the k like that too, usually.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 25th June 2014
My g is double-storey. Is that normal?
Comment by minidonut 26th June 2014
@minidonut: I wouldn't think so; however, I also write my g double-story. Then again, I also write my a like an a.
Comment by TCWhite 27th June 2014
Comment by minidonut 27th June 2014
My classmates always sit next to me during a test, because then, they can actually read what I'm writing. xD
Comment by minidonut 27th June 2014
I write an uppercase T like a 7 and E's like a 3. I also write Y like a У.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 27th June 2014
Clever, creative, unique!
Comment by architaraz 31st October 2014
@architaraz thanks. i don't know if you read the description but this was partly inspired by your font 'AT Steglo'
Comment by ben17 2nd November 2014