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Instructions: this font is designed for the creation of panoramic mountain ranges, plus some weather on a standard QWERTY keyboard. It is UPPERCASE only and makes use of the negative space left of the LEFT vertical guide to make overlays, which is why the preview looks funny.

1. Keep your shift key held down throughout.

2. High Peaks. Start by choosing an uppercase letter from the upper row (eg. "Q").

3. Low Peaks. Then choose an uppercase letter from the row below (eg. "A").

4. Foothills. Then choose an uppercase letter from the row below (eg. "Z").

5. Weather. Keeping the shift key held down, choose clouds and rain from the numbers row.


> Remember to change each column of mountains + weather before moving on to the next.

> It looks like around 70 for text size is optimal.

> Use square brackets to start and finish your mountain range.

> Let me know if you spot a place for tweaks.

> See if you can find all the elements I forgot about!

High Peaks: QWERTYUIOP{}|


Foothills: ZXCVBNM<>?

Weather: !@£$%^&*()_


Comment by Graeme Walker (graemejwalker) 3rd march 2022
Comment by Graeme Walker (graemejwalker) 3rd march 2022

Quite the clever and interesting concept

Comment by tortoiseshell 3rd march 2022

omg, it is so beautiful!

Comment by jirinvk 3rd march 2022

@Graeme Walker (graemejwalker) - Fascinating project and wonderful execution.  Yet another example of FontStruct's versatility, and not being solely limited to typography...  ;^)

Comment by Goatmeal 3rd march 2022

Great idea.

Comment by elmoyenique 3rd march 2022

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