Tears in Rain

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by LexKominek

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A futuristic, angular Blackletter. The lower case is inspired partially by an English Textualis design. Tannenberg Fett sort of inspired the uppercase. Full Latin, More Latin, and Extended Latin A sets. Alternate 'a's can be found in Extended Latin B. Performs quite well at small sizes, but recommended for display use.

Info Created on 12th July 2009 . Last edited on 16th July 2009.
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Comment by LexKominek 16th July 2009
Amazingly legible at pixel resolution
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 16th July 2009
Thanks, Rob!
Comment by LexKominek 16th July 2009
TSD戦队
Comment by tianya 24th July 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Tears in Rain” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 9th October 2009
Good call on the top pick! And talk about a hidden gem! I’ve liked this one from a distance for a while, seeing it emerge to relatively little fan fair in the aftermath of the Underwörld/Terence Kill neue blackletter fontstruct renaissance spearheaded by kix.

I have to reiterate what Meek said: simply stunningly legible at pixel scale. Sure, it’s got some anti-aliasing going on because of the various angular half-bricks, but it reads just like a blackletter. A tiny, tiny blackletter.

It’s always great to see and appreciate fontstructions that hold true to the original conception of FontStruct as a type creation made diverse by the manipulation of just a few basic bricks.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 9th October 2009
Thanks, guys :-)
Comment by LexKominek 11th October 2009

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