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Version 1.1: Improved several letters and numerals.

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Structurally, this is sort of like a fusion of Ghost Town & Lasagna Cowboy.

Info: Created on 5th July 2019 . Last edited on 23rd September 2019.
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Comment by zephram 5th July 2019
Comment by zephram 6th July 2019

The lower case is really excellent and creative, as are the numbers. I especially like the z. I wonder if the upper case would look better if the upper bar were less pronounced and the upper parts of the upper case letters were much wilder!

Comment by jonrgrover 11th July 2019

Cheers, @jonrgrover. It has been really challenging to make the upper case as cool as the lower. I still consider the caps placeholders. But, every time I've tried to reinvent them I made them worse.

Maybe if I made a bigger version of the pointy support piece, I could get some wilder uppercase shapes that had the same sense of solidity as the lowercase. I'm gonna try that shortly.

EDIT: I made a filled-in support piece instead. I like the new caps much better, but still don't consider them ideal.

Comment by zephram 11th July 2019

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