Tall Turn: Bézier

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by Isaiah Garcia
Cloned from Tall Turn: Pixel by Isaiah Garcia.

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Clone of Tall Turn: Pixel.
Info: Created on 5th July 2015 . Last edited on 11th July 2015.
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Whoa! All it needs is a little kerning and spacing (the lowercase f) and it's good! 10/10 + fav
Comment by j4s13 7th July 2015
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Tall Turn: Bézier” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 8th July 2015
9/10! I would give it a 10, but I could not install the font for some reason. It said: "Windows could not complete the extraction. The destination file could not be created."
Comment by Jonathan224 8th July 2015
A beautifully balanced, elegant design.

As j4s13 said the 'f' could do with (negative) kerning ... i.e. move the letter width line one or two spaces to the left.
Comment by p2pnut 8th July 2015
=)
Thank you for the suggestions and thank you for the Top Pick.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 8th July 2015
@Jonathan224: I had the same problem when trying to download a couple of my fonts.
A solution is to move the ZIP folder to your destination folder and extract it there.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 8th July 2015
Beautiful, you are a master of those bezier curves!
Comment by four 10th July 2015
@Four: Thank you. ^^
I used the Nudge feature in this one to maximize curve details; something I have had yet to do with any of my other fonts.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 11th July 2015
There is a stray pixel on \.
Comment by j4s13 11th July 2015
@J4s13: I'll get that taken care of.(:
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 11th July 2015
I was trying to dowload it, but came out a message and it said: "Windows could not complete the extraction. The destination file could not be created."
Comment by jay333 13th July 2015
The solution you gave to jonathan224 still doesent work.
Comment by jay333 13th July 2015
@Jay333: I don't know what to tell you, but I can't help you with your problem.
I had the same problem, but the solution I had seemed to work fine for me.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 13th July 2015
@Isaiah Garcia: What and where is the destination folder?
Comment by Jonathan224 15th July 2015
@Jonathan224: Send the Archive to a Folder, such as your Documents Folder, and Extract it there.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 15th July 2015
@Isaiah Garcia Are you a furry?
Comment by Ryadilly 15th July 2015
@Ryadilly: Yes, but that is not relevant to the subject.
If you want to contact me about anything personal, send me a PM.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 16th July 2015
@Isaiah Garcia Thanks! That worked! It did come up with an error, but I hit cancel and in my documents I found a second file, but this one was unzipped. I opened it and it contained the files. So I opened the TrueType font file, and it worked!
Comment by Jonathan224 17th July 2015
I was also wondering if you would add diacritics and other languages to the fonts in this family. Like languages such as Greek and Russian.
Comment by Jonathan224 17th July 2015
Expanding the amount of characters in the font is time-consuming, but duable.
I might expand it.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 18th July 2015
Can I use this font in a science fair project this March? I will credit you.
Comment by Jonathan224 9th August 2015
@Jonathan224: Go for it.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 10th August 2015
Can I experiment with vectorizing and balancing this font? I won't publish.
Comment by j4s13 10th August 2015
@J4s13: Sure.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 14th August 2015