by Sketchbook B
See also rof top by punchis.

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Heavy display face.
Info: Created on 13th June 2009 . Last edited on 24th June 2015.
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One of the most beautiful fontstructions i have seen so far ...
Comment by prototype 15th June 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Grande” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 23rd June 2009
Looks great. (but there is a strange pixel-hole in your right bracket-character?)
Comment by missing_link 23rd June 2009
I fixed the hole mentioned by missing_link. Need to add some more characters to the set.
Comment by Sketchbook B 24th June 2009
Dear Sketchbook B!
I'm not that picky, usually.
But your fontstruction - in my opinion, is such of a high quality, that the (former - ex - pre) pixel-hole (sounds obscene!) really DISTURBED me.

So, my love to you.

Thanks for caring about such useless, strange requests, like mine.

Comment by missing_link 24th June 2009
Hey missing_link,

No worries. I appreciate the feedback and was happy to fix it. Thanks for pointing it out.

Comment by Sketchbook B 25th June 2009
Lovely bold font. I think the S would work better if the middle was lower.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 2nd June 2013

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