Hipster

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My first Kerned creature,

Info: Created on 5th October 2016 . Last edited on 13th January 2017.
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11 Comments

God, this had fuc*ing terrible spacing before, and now It just looks glorious.

Comment by Icelar 10th January 2017

Q: Where do you drown a hipster? A: In the mainstream.

Italic font that resembles handwriting with felt tip pen, more or less. Your meticulous work has payed off: the text looks beautiful, easy to read. The oval shapes are elegant. I think, the "x" need a bit of pruning, and some other glyphs need a bit of refinement. In the randomly selected word "black" there are five wonderful letters in perfect harmony. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 10th January 2017

Q: Why did the hipster leave his oceanside mansion? A: It was too current.
Thanks man!  I'm gonna test this with a narrower x and a more conventional v+w, just for reading purposes.

Comment by Icelar 10th January 2017

trash brick on D.

Comment by brynda1231 11th January 2017

@Icelar: This is rather aesthetically pleasing, but I agree with Frodo7 that some of the glyphs could use some refinement.  At present, the lowercase X, in particular is much too wide, and its "mirrored C" look kills whatever flow this font has goint into it.

Still, I really like how Hipster catches the eye.  It's already on my favorites list.  Thumbs up overall.

Comment by John H. Isles (QXZ) 11th January 2017
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Hipster” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 11th January 2017

So beautiful, a smooth look with a lot of individuality.

Comment by Aeolien 13th January 2017

The first kerned professional-looking sans serif FontStruction(?) Very pleasing to see!

Note: Pay attention to those broken glyphs, maybe a glitch...

Comment by cablecomputer 13th January 2017

This is a great design, look very good and smooth
The dot on i and j look a bit lean compare to the stem, but it's a small détail, this font is remarkable 10 

Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 13th January 2017

The new x is good, and the z has got some pizzazz.

Comment by Frodo7 14th January 2017

Amazing lines and curves. Congratulations for the TP.

Comment by La police de caractère 16th January 2017