QuickLarge

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by jonrgrover

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I am very surprised at how readable this is in Microsoft Word. I did not intend this font to be readable. The whole idea was to use all angles and no curves so that I could hopefully have thousands of glyphs without the font getting too huge. Readability is a nice bonus.

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Reminds me of my Gorbun typeface. Am I right, or it`s just a coincidence? I don't mind type inspiration, but if it's a coincidence, it's just interesting. I really like sometimes to combine letters from different fonts together when they fit together.

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) 1st february 2022

QuickLarge is similar idea to Gorbun. It's a conincidence. QuickLarge is designed to be a little less stylized though. Both are cool.

Comment by jonrgrover 11th february 2022

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