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Definitely turned out weirder than expected, but well... Sometimes you just can't control your creations.;)

And yes, this definitely needs some refinements. Especially the name.:D Any suggestions?
Info Created on 31st July 2009 . Last edited on 31st August 2009.
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I like it very much, together steady and fragile. Very nice 3D effect.
Comment by igorrossi 31st August 2009
This is very similar (but much much better) to a font I originally designed before I started NCD REINFORCIA & then NCD WHITE PICKET FENCE. Although mine was more of a flat version. Yours has a very cool angle and bounce about it, an therefore stomps all over my version. I'm jealous. 10/10
Have you tried increasing the length of the t,b - they look a bit headless.
Comment by djnippa 31st August 2009
The diagonals look as though they have been pulled from the verticals ... think warm toffee :)

It's great.
Comment by p2pnut 31st August 2009
Loving the ball endings. nice job, Shasta!
Comment by cayo 31st August 2009
Comment by mathematician 1st September 2009
The Piano Concerto graphic above was made in Microsoft Paint and saved as a gif file. The thin lines do not show as well as when using the online VIEW USER INPUT facility. Does anyone know why that is please?
Comment by mathematician 1st September 2009
I thought I'd best include a sample (as you know I never actually published this font NCD Bracia). It's funny how similar they are, although I suppose that's simply down to like minded people working within the constraints of Fontstruct. Also your's kicks ass.
Comment by djnippa 1st September 2009
Thanks for your comments, everyone! Very appreciated... :)

@nippa: Come on, no need for false modesty... We both know your Bracia is at least as cool as this one. ;) And yes, again a case of creative synchronicity (though you were obviously first here to be correct) on fontstruct... I take it as an compliment to have similar ideas like some of the finest fontstructors around here.
And thanks for the absolutely correct observation on t and b too, they've grown up now. Definitely better.

@p2pnut: True, they do look quite sticky... Good inspiration for a sample theme! ;)

@mathematician: No idea why they don't render that well in MS Paint... But as MS Paint isn't a very sophisticated program in general, I guess the anti-alias algorithms aren't the best you can get. If you don't want to spend much money on something like Photoshop or Fireworks, maybe check out the GIMP. Though I don't really have any experience with this program, I'm confident it gives you better results than Paint. Another solution for BW samples is of course just to take a screenshot of the fontstruct preview. (The rendering there also has some trouble with small font sizes though.)
But thanks anyway for the nice sample! Funny how an originally graffiti-inspired font turns out to work well for a Piano Concerto... :)
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 1st September 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Stylita” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 4th September 2009
very nice. bold with bounce, but mellow :)
Comment by funk_king 6th September 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Stylita” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by gferreira_admin 25th September 2009
Wow... Thanks for the featured download! Definitely unexpected on this one. Funny how my "oh well, let's just publish it anyway" fonts seem to be the most appreciated of my recent output... :)
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 26th September 2009
Lowercase isn't very legible.

Nice, though.
Comment by Gazek 13th October 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Stylita” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by gferreira_admin 24th December 2009

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