dpla's 2x3 signature

by dpla

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Made after my signature
[on FontStruct in 2013]

Not related to my duplicate-free 2x3
{unreleased and incomplete US-ASCII}

Info: Created on 13th January 2018 . Last edited on 13th January 2018.
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You may use it as a FILLER TEXT =
• ~ correct proportions & weight;
• strict 1 x-h (1-px asc./desc.);
+ clonable (please keep "dpla"!)…

Comment by dpla 13th January 2018

Comment by dpla 13th January 2018

US-ASCII compatible with a lot of duplicates:


Comment by dpla 13th January 2018

Cf. Yamaw's "nt1.00" lowercase experiment (on sept. 2010)…

Comment by dpla 13th January 2018

Hello, friend,

Regarding your recent comment on GS Unicode, thanks for the constructive critisms.  Is there something I need to fix?  I would be happy to separate the pixelated and "smoother" fonts if you'd like.

Thanks again, and good luck on FontStructing.  I see you've made many great ones.


Comment by Greenstar967 18th January 2018

@Greenstar967: Hi! So, I'm going to resume commenting there.


Well, I'll post a few interesting fontstructions that may be valuable for the coder or the cloner (like the forthcoming voxel or/and minimalist designs that would require a few skilled fontstructers, just because I cannot multiply my related hours on this tool and elsewhere).

Comment by dpla 22nd January 2018

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