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 A tall thin stroked Art Deco typeface experiment.

I tried to create pretty simple but ellegant geometric letterforms. It is inspired by the later 70's Art Deco Streamline period.

The character set is far from complete for now, kerning done only for a few pairs and overall balance therefor is still quite poor.

--------- UPDATE v2.0 ---------

I completed much of the basic latin with mix-caps alternative glyphs and a lot more, along the way the whole project also kind of turned into a attempt to construct very thin (1/8th grid unit) sloping strokes and asymmetric curves.

Once more,

Enjoy!

Info: Created on 22nd November 2018 . Last edited on 1st February 2019.
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Comment by Sed4tives 24th November 2018

amazing

Comment by JingYo 25th November 2018

--------- UPDATE v2.0 ---------

I decided to make this clonable for educational purpose to everyone interrested in making asymmetric curves with very little compromise to allignment of the constructed curving strokes. It's not a tool, but rather a little insight into how I did this. So the custom brick pallet is messy.

filter for brick size is required to remain at 2:2 in order to make propper allignement of the bricks.

I completed much of the basic latin with mix-caps alternative glyphs and a lot more, along the way the whole project also kind of turned into a attempt to construct very thin (1/8th grid unit) sloping strokes and asymmetric curves.

Once more,

Enjoy!

Comment by Sed4tives 25th November 2018

Oh I forgot to tell that the demo glyph for the continous curved line is located in the unicode special block. U can find this by turning on expert mode and go to menu>advanced>unicode letter sets and click it to activate. Now you can choose from a set of unicode blocks in the language menu at the bottom left of the editor window. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the list for the block that is called special.

Comment by Sed4tives 26th November 2018
Comment by Sed4tives 26th November 2018

Chandrabindu should look like a breve with a dot over it, not a caron with a dot over it, Also, If you are adding 22B2 and 22B3, 22B2 points left, 22B3 points right. Lucida Sans Unicode has some mistakes in it...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 26th November 2018

PS: I am using Arial for the Sans Serif font on Firefox...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 26th November 2018

Oh, thanks for telling mate. I'll gonna look for some good info about this to teach myself, cuz to be honnest, I'm not well educated about diacritics.

Comment by Sed4tives 26th November 2018

@ Se7en: What I don't understand is that my font in Firefox is set to Arial as well, So why it won't display everywhere I don't know

Comment by Sed4tives 26th November 2018

@STF Is the "Allow sites to choose their own fonts instead of your selections above" box unchecked?

Comment by anonymous-1520403 27th November 2018

Yup it was. Thanks!

Comment by Sed4tives 28th November 2018

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