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A minimalistic font:
My first public fontstruction that is not pixel optimized,
(but only uses) it originally only used the triangular bricks plus the classic square one, now it also uses the squares with the triangle cut at a side.
I intended it to be all caps, but lowercase was possible within the designRule(:P) so I added them too (though only lowercase spanish accents, ü, µ, @ and some basic punctuation gliphs are included for the moment being).
25.03.09 grid tripled.
I also added more accents and symbols :P
26.03.09 T,X,x and 9 totally modified.
29.03.09 B redesigned
21.04.09 All Yy reshaped
11.05.09 Ampersand and Currency Symbols added.
29.05.09 ß added.
Though you should have tried to use a bigger grid, but maintaining the minimalism
i think i might double the grid, but maintain the proportions and just take advantage on the accents.
thx for the comment and the suggestion, i´ll put it to practice as soon as possible.
 grid tripled. next step: the rest of the glyphs :P
Yesterday I made a stencil with this font and I sprayed it on an old t-shirt that has come back to life. It says I can still flip, in Spanish (yes, I ride a skateboard, but since I´m 35, doing flips is quite a big deal). Hope you guys like it!
The shirt looks amazing...how'd you make the stencil?
All I did was print it out on an A4 sheet of paper, taped it to a table and put a plastic sheet about 1mm thick also taped to the table on top of the A4 print. Then I cut it out using a X-Acto knife (lucky for me there were no floating "white" areas in the font). I put some cardboard inside the t-shirt so the spray paint wouldn't paint the back and I was also really careful not to paint outside the plastic sheet by taping some old newspapers to the sides.
The areas were the sheet separated a little bit from the t-shirt got a little blurry, but it added the natural spray paint feel to it.
Now all of my old school skater friends want one! :D
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