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This has been in the making for quite some time and I was only able to work on it because of the new fontstruct features. all bricks i used for this fontstructions were half-sized bricks. i mean half-circles, half-sized blocks and so on. also i worked with 1.75 scaling. thanks to this kind of setup i was able to create roundings, that go a little over or below flat-shaped letters. see the sample. also lower case letter like l, k, h and so on are a little taller than upper case letters, like in "real" fonts. the disadvantage is seen on M,W,m,w where the stem in the middle is a little too short... i had to use a very weird workaround for these 3-stem letters, so this is as good as it gets, unless fontstruct is going to have an empty space brick, that would allow me to create a fitting composite. i used lots of composites and lots of stacking. also the spacing isn't very nice, i'll see if i can do anything about that.


Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 6th may 2010
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 6th may 2010
Very nice. We're working on something like that empty space brick you describe - that is the missing ingredient in the composite brick feature. It will be much more powerful soon!
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th may 2010
Very nice saberrider.

@meek Yes! The empty space brick would be very useful.
Comment by aphoria 6th may 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “yobbo” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 7th may 2010
Very very nice font Bravo!

I'm ambiguous about the Zz witch are very square compare to all other glyph.

I love It a perfect 10 for me
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 8th may 2010

Your approach to overshoots here cleverly uses the jitter possible when using half-sized bricks with a fractional scaling scheme. Concurrently, this factor (2-1.75=.25 brick jitter) generates your slit-like counters with a highly controlled placement of bricks.

Your use of stacking is also quite lucid – the cleanness and consistency of the design is greatly enhanced by them (and also conceal well enough the few inconsistencies). I think with the new composite stacking feature, you can take this design again to the next level!
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 2nd march 2011


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