AT Esrever

by architaraz

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Entry for the Reversecomp. It's based on the theme of counterclockwise (anticlockwise) direction that is represented by an arrow. Also, Esrever is Reverse written backwards.

Info: Created on 21st June 2017 . Last edited on Thu, 17th August.
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Oh. Brilliant.

Comment by thalamic 22nd June 2017

The Y Z and 7 are a bit awkward.

Comment by thalamic 22nd June 2017

A doubly clever take on the word 'Reverse'. A very creative thought and work!

Comment by Aeolien 22nd June 2017

Thanks, glad you're liking this. 

The sample will make soon. 

@thalamic: I'll try to figure out some nicer versions.

Comment by architaraz 22nd June 2017

Esreverse is a palindrome

Comment by Brynda 22nd June 2017
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Comment by architaraz 25th June 2017

Hey, archie, have you checked out my entries yet...

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017

What bricks are in the font?

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017


Of course i've checked them, even commented on your first entry ;)

Bricks are pretty simple, just used the connecting bricks. Letters like A, R are a little complicated though:

Comment by architaraz 25th June 2017

2x2 filters.

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017

How many unique bricks?

Comment by Brynda 25th June 2017

Yeah, 2x2 filters and I actually suggest everybody who's not using bezier curves to use 2x2 filters. That way, your fontstruct space flexibility doubles if I may say so.

And the other question you're asking is well, it depends, I used around 15 unique bricks here and depending on your skill you may increase or decrease it, varies from user to user.

I don't think this answers will help you much, and besides it'd be much easier for me to make this fontstruction clonable so as to avoid explaining the unnecessary details ) But it won't help you. The best thing to do for you is trying to make it yourself.

Comment by architaraz 25th June 2017

Great idea and excellent execution and samples. 2x2 is definitely the way to go. It more than doubles space flexibilty now, because it allows for bricks to be place in adjacent cells and to be nudged into place.

Comment by four Tue, 11th July

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Comment by qertuiput Sun, 16th July

Precious like a jewel! I´m with four. Congrats, compañero, 10/10 & fav.

Comment by elmoyenique Mon, 17th July

Great concept and perfect execution. The letters - made of arrows - look quite natural, and the text is easy to read. Very nice demos. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 Tue, 18th July
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “AT Esrever” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 18th July


Comment by Brynda Tue, 18th July

i love your new A avatar

Comment by Brynda Tue, 18th July

Congratulations on our Members' Favourite FontStruction :) A set of arrows that quietly pointed to this great success. 

Comment by Aeolien Wed, 19th July

Can you make one of the arrows point the other wat in the = glyph?

Comment by Brynda Wed, 19th July

Thank you everybody for the support, really appreciated.

@Brynda: Already did and also I'm planning on finishing at least the full basic latin set so come back later to download it.

Comment by architaraz Wed, 19th July

Ok. I hope you get started with accents...

Comment by Brynda Wed, 19th July

Nicee! A simple yet strong approach. Never realized that it can be this effective and efficient. Congrats!

Comment by cablecomputer Sun, 23rd July

Do Cyrillic, please.

Comment by emeraldfly94 Tue, 15th August


Comment by Brynda Tue, 15th August

I'm on it.

Comment by architaraz Thu, 17th August

I hope you can finish...

Comment by Brynda Thu, 17th August

Somebody say Subway?

Comment by YUNG1S Sat, 9th December

Good font. @YUNG1S: so: “Subway!” ;-)

Comment by dpla Sun, 10th December