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I've worked on this for quite a while. I could only finish it now with the help of composit bricks.


I like it!
Work with these kind of angles is very hard, I know (in my case, by my experience with an unpublished font, I add you a little sample).
Comment by elmoyenique 26th november 2011
Terrific work, CMunk! Looks like the remnants of a decayed, long-dead civilization, with fonts crumbling back into the earth from whence they sprang...
Comment by Goatmeal 26th november 2011
Nice "half buried in the sand" effect! :-)
Comment by riccard0 26th november 2011
And @riccard0 says it much better than I could... :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 26th november 2011
And nice synchronicity, Goatmeal. I too thought of Planet of the Apes!
By the way, diacritics would be a challenge...
Comment by riccard0 26th november 2011
There is a lot of work gone into this - with a great result. 10/10

It may be because it is lunchtime here .... but I keep seeing carved wedges of cheese. :)
Comment by p2pnut 27th november 2011
I remember a PS tutorial for achieving this kind of result, but now we can just type it. Thanks!
Comment by kassymkulov 27th november 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Slice” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 28th november 2011
wow very nice work,
very funny and realy well done
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 28th november 2011
Congrats for the very well deserved TP!
Comment by elmoyenique 28th november 2011
Congrats for the very well deserved TP!
Comment by elmoyenique 28th november 2011
Congratulations on having such vision to think in so many angles at once. Awesome.
Comment by minimum 30th november 2011
Thank you all for the very nice words! And thank you Meek for the top pick!

What do you (especially francophones) think of the c-cedille? A descender would be really troublesome. Is the current form legible? Or even recognisable as a c-cedille?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 30th november 2011
hmmm the c cedilla does'nt work,
it definitely have to be under the letter.
maybe you can take the low part of ; and put it under the C
some french words
ça - IT
Leçon - Lesson
Maçon - Bricklayer
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 1st december 2011
I have an idea.

What if you shortened the height of the c and just added the cedilla under it? So just take out a few bricks, move the bottom half of the c up, and slap on a cedilla at the bottom to retain the normal x-height.
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 3rd december 2011
This reminds me of a font I recently used called Wedgie. http://www.fonts2u.com/wedgie.font
Comment by ChristianD 4th december 2011
really cool man. dig it
Comment by martinvd 26th december 2011
wonderful,designing and creating fonts like this is very difficult
Comment by simin.msd 8th august 2012

Awesome work :)

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