tm MCM Type

by thalamic

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Info: Created on Thu, 31st May . Last edited on Thu, 14th June.
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Comment by thalamic Thu, 14th June

It's a beautiful font like a church stained glass:)

Comment by Wataru Aiso Fri, 15th June

Why are your lowercase I and T the same style as the capitals?

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Fri, 15th June
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “tm MCM Type” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 15th June


Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 15th June

A stylish, fine design reminiscent of Mondrian but working with rubber tubes ? The artist HEK made prints that remind me of your font. ;) ;)  A deserved TP

Comment by nightpegasus Sat, 16th June

Elegant and joyful, very legible, beautiful counters and lines, bold counters that 'describe' a glyph: every aspect is stunning. The TP is well deserved. I love the quotation marks, they're epic ..............

Comment by Aeolien Wed, 20th June

@thalamic - A wonderfully ornate font.  Congratulations on design!  Have you considered shifting the lowercase solid glyphs behind/left of the vertical start line so they may "ovelap/overlay" when used with their uppercase brothers & sisters?  For example, typing 'Gg' will display the 'G' character, but the 'g' then places the lc solid over the same 'G' character (sorry, can't explain very well, and I don't have access to image software at the moment).  You may have had this in mind when designing it, but I'm not sure how to accomplish it without image software.

Comment by Goatmeal Wed, 20th June

@thalamic - Something like this combination:  B + b = "Bb"

Comment by Goatmeal Thu, 21st June
Comment by Goatmeal Thu, 21st June

Thanks everyone. Appreciate the kind words.

@Wataru Aiso: I attempted making them into rectangular shapes so the stained glass window effect could be better accomplished, but decided that the curved shapes were better.

@Aeolien: Thanks. The quotation marks were the result of the aesthetic of the font.

@Goatmeal: Thank you for the detailed explaination and taking the trouble to explain it visually. I thought of doing this but I wanted that the letters and their fills could be different colors therefore they would need to be typed on two layers so I kept them the same so multiple layers could line up automatically. But thank you for looking into the font so carefully.

Comment by thalamic Thu, 21st June

Thelamic, i bet the question and the exclamation point are possible...

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Thu, 21st June

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