PARADOXICAL-VORTEX

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by TH3_C0N-MAN

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Capital letters have a white strikethrough. Lowercase letters are complete.

To get the PARALLAX logo (my made up company), type [%].

Also see the 2d version of my font, "PARADOXICAL-VORTEX-FLATTENED."

CHANGELOG:

2017-11-30 - Put the strikethrough on the capital accented characters. Also fixed a spacing error with the [$] symbol.

2017-12-01 - Due to popular demand, I have added 150 new and accented characters.

2017-12-02 - Added 86 more characters, bringing the total amount of characters to 341. Also updated [¥] symbol and single accents.

Info: Created on 28th November 2017 . Last edited on 2nd December 2017.
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21 Comments

This is great. Any plans to add the diacritics to the accented characters?

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 29th November 2017

Thanks. I wasn't going to do the accents because we hardly ever use them in English, and I don't really know what they're for. Is strikethrough the proper name for fonts with a chunk missing in each character? eg. Star Trek: The Next Generation and Blade Runner fonts.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 30th November 2017

30/11/2017

- Put the strikethrough on the capital accented characters.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 30th November 2017

Also fixed a spacing error with the [$] symbol.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 30th November 2017

Make an example in light green and dark brown. I love mints.

Comment by jonrgrover 30th November 2017

@TH3_C0N-MAN I think “strikethrough” makes sense – not sure whether there is another term. I only mentioned the accents because the slots for accented letters are filled but without the accents. The accented letters are like different letters in other languages – so someone writing in German or French would find it difficult to write using this font. Not too much work to make either. 

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th November 2017

Yeah, I agree. It would be awesome if you made the accents. The font is fantastic, by the way.

Comment by ArrowUP 30th November 2017

True, accented letters are no longer used in modern written English, sadly. I plead for diacritics as your font is eye catching and unusual,  all the work you did to get that beautiful 3D italic look should be admired and celebrated in games, school project titles, labels, headers, signs etc; they can easily be imagined in foreign language projects made by English speakers (yes some of  them learn foreign languages) ;) and we also have foreign Fontstruct members who might want to use it a project.

Diacritics will be quick to do as you have all the elements as part of the glyphs you created; all the complicated time consuming work is done on the basic Latin glyph band and you only need to cut-and-paste those elements to have a  very useful very decorative legible and novel font.

Comment by nightpegasus 30th November 2017

01/12/2017

- Due to popular demand, I have added 150 new and accented characters.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 1st December 2017

Wow, those look perfect. Well done, specially wow and my respect if you haven't learned about diacritics and their uses while you were studying at school as a youngster.

Now we could write about demolishing a German "Bär" and be questioned on the subject by the authorities should we stay there -- which would be far less painful and have far less repercussions than being punished by them and being hunted down internationally should we have written about demolishing a German "Bar" ;)

And while in France we'd very likely appreciate a normal huge food parcel "livré" from the USA/UK/AUS/NZ in preference to a normal huge "livre"  :D

Comment by nightpegasus 1st December 2017
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “PARADOXICAL-VORTEX” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st December 2017

Reminds me of mid-2000s fr8 graffiti. Cool as all hell and really invokes the early 2000s pixel age.

Comment by Ryan Brotherston (rilencavy) 1st December 2017

Wow, it's probably a coincidence, it looks similar to my "Sebrantic" font. The similarity lies in the use of italics and this 3rd dimensional shadow with space between the letters and the shadow. It's because of the not so numerous shaped blocks, why someone is inventing this art of font-style again.

Comment by kardaw 1st December 2017

Compare Sebrantic. It’s a microgenre.

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st December 2017
Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 2nd December 2017

@Rob Meek Wow thanks Rob!  And thank you for providing this website.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 2nd December 2017

@kardaw Yeah I just compared them. I think your one is a lot easier to read. In mine, I always thought of the black part under the letters being more like the vertical walls of the character with a white rim, instead of a shadow.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 2nd December 2017
Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 2nd December 2017

02/12/2017

- Added 47 more characters, including [@] and [™].

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 2nd December 2017

02/12/2017 - Supplemental

- Updated Yen sign.

- Updated single accents.

- Added 39 more characters (that you would only use if you came from 500 years ago). Bringing the total amount of characters to 341.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 2nd December 2017

Limit

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