zwashkzkript eYe/FS

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I've already gotten into another mess. Again a "2-in-1" font. It may work as is, but if you want to convert it to a script one you have to use some connectors between the letters, placed in the glyphs <, >, \, [, ], {, }. You must try each of them between two characters because there are many possible combinations. I add some samples down here. Don't worry and be patient, please, the result is worth it. Oh well, the actual "</>" glyphs are finally in the "©/™". To see all working, copy and paste the following sentence in the User Input window, please: Th>e q>u>i>c}k b[r{o[w[n f>o[x j{u]m]p\s o[v{e[r t]h>e l>a{zy d>o{g.

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I've already gotten into another mess. Again a "2-in-1" font. It may work as is, but if you want to convert it to a script one you have to use some connectors between the letters, placed in the glyphs <, >, \, [, ], {, }. You must try each of them between two characters because there are many possible combinations. I add some samples down here. Don't worry and be patient, please, the result is worth it. Oh well, the actual "</>" glyphs are finally in the "©/™". To see all working, copy and paste the following sentence in the User Input window, please: Th>e q>u>i>c}k b[r{o[w[n f>o[x j{u]m]p\s o[v{e[r t]h>e l>a{zy d>o{g.

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august

@elmoyenique - What a wonderful set of expansion characters!  They really add to the versatility of this design.  :^)  I would venture to say that not every letter in a word needs to be "only" connected or "only" separated; combining separate and connected letters in individual words would result in innumerable unique combinations.

Comment by Goatmeal Thu, 12th august

Dear @Goatmeal: Thanks a million once again for your continued support and encouraging comments. You're right in your tight appraisals, as usual. Not all the letters must be connected (in addition, that would require a much greater number of specific connectors), and in fact there are pairs of them that it's practically impossible to join them and they are frankly better with a small separation. This is a curious subject, and a real mess in which I have gotten myself and from which I have tried to get out as well as possible. It started with a "What if...?" and it still hasn't stopped. Thanks again for understanding, compañero.

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 12th august

@elmoyenique - Sometimes those "What if...?" questions make the best "messes" !  :^D

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Comment by SinMedia Studios Fri, 13th august
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zwashkzkript eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 13th august

@meek: Thanks a million for this new TP, dear Boss!

Comment by elmoyenique Fri, 13th august

That s is beautiful and the z is amazing. 

Comment by thalamic Fri, 13th august

@thalamic: Thank you very much, master! About s and z, glad you like it. Sometimes we must try new and a bit risky shapes.

Comment by elmoyenique Fri, 13th august

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