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to draw the outlines i used overlay images of real maps. you can recommend a country for me to do next if i can finde the time.
See borders 2 for more countries.

A - Germany
B - France
C - United Kingdom
D - Italy
E - Russia
F - Spain
G - USA
H - Canada
I - Japan
J - China
K - Indonesia
L - Portugal
M - Australia
N - New Zealand
O - Philippines
P - Mexico
Q - Europe
R - Denmark
S - India
T - Asia
Info: Created on 16th January 2009 . Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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42 Comments

Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 16th January 2009
OH!
MY!
GOD!
Comment by thalamic 16th January 2009
Your dedication and skills are second to none.10/10
Comment by djnippa 16th January 2009
This is really cool. Great work.
Comment by aphoria 16th January 2009
dude. like wow :)
Comment by funk_king 16th January 2009
Indonesia - with all the islands ;-)

Great Work, Saber.
Comment by afrojet 16th January 2009
very good i like it alot specially...hey wait a minute, Wheres Portugal? lol
Comment by jmarquez 16th January 2009
added indonesia ;)
next one will be portugal
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 16th January 2009
Ha! Great. You know you have to finish with the ENTIRE WORLD now. By my count, the Fontstruct Universe consists of: people and the cars/trucks/buses/horse buggies they drive, their homes offices and the cities they live in, and now the countries they inhabit. Get ready planets, galaxies, and supernovas we are coming for you next.
Comment by afrojet 16th January 2009
Added Portugal :)

I think I need a break. Getting headaches. :(
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 16th January 2009
Totally cool. What about New Zealand. It's that tiny glove puppet hanging on for grim death the bottom Australia. Mummy! Save me from Antarctica!

See what you've started?
Comment by intaglio 16th January 2009
Good Job!
where's the philippines?
Comment by aaronamar 16th January 2009
amazing!! you should add australia or Mexico
Comment by gunner6 16th January 2009
Added Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Mexico, Europe
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 17th January 2009
tank you for the Portugal one.
this is excellent work.
Comment by jmarquez 17th January 2009
As a Dane I am used to being overlooked, but an outline of Denmark (or maybe Scandinavia) would be nice.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 17th January 2009
added denmark :)
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 17th January 2009
Wow! This is really incredible.
Oder um´s auf deutsch zu sagen: Das ist ja der Hammer! Wieviele Stunden hast du daran gesessen?Soso, ich sehe, du studierst also auch KD ;-)
Comment by Magic Sam 17th January 2009
hWOOW!

You're a magician!
Comment by aaronamar 17th January 2009
Comment by aaronamar 17th January 2009
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ADD INDIA AND ASIA!
I NEED THEM TO MAKE MY GEOGRAPHY PROJECT!
BTW THIS IS IS A GREAT FONT!!!
Comment by gunvir 18th January 2009
stunning!
Comment by guentersen 18th January 2009
Added India & Asia. Not that the outline of Asia isn't 100% accurate as there is no coast in the west where it borders to europe. i simply drew the border of russia there but the geographically accurate border would differ and go along with moutntains and rivers. noone really knows anyway.

@Magic_Sam: Danke fürs Lob. Ich hab garnicht so lange gebraucht weil ich eine Möglichkeit zum abzeichnen von Karten gefunden hab. Das größte Problem war eigentlich die hohe Auflösung. Mein Monitor konnte da nicht mithalten und so musste ich viel scrollen und verschieben. Und ja ich studiere KD. ;)
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 18th January 2009
thanks 4 adding asia and India !
I'm going to get a+!!!
at the end of my project I've added
ur name in the credits too!!!
great font
***** 10/10!!!!!!
Comment by gunvir 19th January 2009
how did u manage 2 make india and asia in 1 day????!!!!!!
cool!!!!
Comment by gunvir 19th January 2009
"Wir sind unwürdig, großer Meister"!

some weeks ago i installed a mini tool called "transparent windows". it's free and allows you to "trace" pictures. it can be very useful to give some websites a look-through-effect .
:P
Comment by kix 19th January 2009
Wow. Nice work! Love it.

Any chance you could add the Netherlands? :D (A)

BTW, having problems to download, it gives an error, anyone knows what to do? :$
Comment by Querti 19th January 2009
I had to split the font up now because it seems I reached the maximum number of bricks.

See borders 2 for more countries. I also added the Netherlands.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 20th January 2009
how can borders 2 get a top pick without
AFRICA and EGYPT.I ALSO SUGGEST Eurasia (EURASIA IS MADE UP OF ASIA AND EUROPE TOGETHER!)
10/10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by gunvir 22nd January 2009
Beautifully brilliant, brilliantly beautiful. Very well done.
Comment by geneus1 26th January 2009
cool!
Comment by sofico 12th March 2009
How do you overlay the image of the country over the page?
I love this font. Very creative idea, and perfect execution.
Comment by Josh Hejka (jhejka) 29th May 2009
Cool and realistic !!!
Comment by libanfont 8th June 2010
This is really great. I was happy to see that there's even King and Flinder's Islands off Tasmania.
Comment by nicholasgross 15th July 2010
Buenas
Comment by JaimeCEY 21st December 2010
I recommend adding Poland, Algeria, and Brazil. Other than that, amazing font!
Comment by BanjoZebra 21st December 2010
Awesome!
Comment by Okefenokee 29th January 2011
thank you for making a border of my country,
It's very complete and detail !
Awesomeness!!
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 2nd March 2011
Africa's kinda big to be missing...
Comment by nigerianflower 22nd January 2012
Love it. Had fun doing family names in the outlines of countries we've been to -
Comment by AndyBasic 25th September 2015

There isn't actually one defined border for Asia by the the way. ;)

Comment by Foobi 9th August 2018

@Foobi click the "borders 2" link in the description to see them. He probably couldn't add anymore bricks here during that time...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 9th August 2018

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