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Light A is my first attemp to create a light font with fontstruct. She's look pretty in small size. All comments are welcome. Zen
Info: Created on 3rd August 2009 . Last edited on 3rd October 2009.
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New light font now available :)
Comment by zen_killa 30th September 2009
It's looking good + the sample is great.

Perhaps a few widths need to be checked ... the k and l look thicker than the rest. Also, the diagonals might look better if they were solid (rather than serrated).
Comment by p2pnut 30th September 2009
I change the diagonal. It's better right know i think. I'll update the sample tomorow. Thanks for your comment p2pnut that's help!
Comment by zen_killa 30th September 2009
That looks so much better.
(PS: don't forget the x, z and 7) :)
Comment by p2pnut 30th September 2009
It's ok right now. I update the sample with the modified letters.

Thanks again p2pnut
Comment by zen_killa 1st October 2009
:-)
Comment by p2pnut 2nd October 2009
Hey people do not hesitate to vote and comment. All comments are welcome

Comment by zen_killa 2nd October 2009
This is nice...it's got a futuristic feel to it.

The new, smooth diagonals are better than the old pixelated ones. I would bump up the width on the diagonals just tad.

Comment by aphoria 2nd October 2009
thanks you very much for your comment aphoria. That's really help me make this typeface better i think. Thanks a lot
Comment by zen_killa 2nd October 2009
I forgot to mention the brickstacking technique. I used it on the X to get the two little triangles together to make the outside angles.

Brickstacking is a a technique that allows you to merge two or more bricks into one grid space.

See NCD Brick Stacker (One Grid) by DJNippa for a good tutorial.
Comment by aphoria 2nd October 2009
Hey thanks very very much aphoria !!!
That's so usefull, i'm happy to learn something like this ! thanks again. I've change the X and it's ok right now. Great
Comment by zen_killa 3rd October 2009

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