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Another (large) set of brick composites.
There are most likely a number of duplicate bricks, not inside this collection itself, but when cross-referenced with todays earlier published collection there most likely are! Nonetheless I think they shouldn't be pulled from the project and should remain included in this collection as well.
All the bricks are saved in "MY BRICKS" pallet.
The idea for this was to encourage new Fontstruct users into looking past the editors limitations and work-arounds by way of demonstrating some hands-on examples and ideas. I hope this might inspire people to build upon these ideas and make their own sets of composites for their fonts.
The collection isn't a one stop shop for custom composites, but rather just a random useful set of bricks. To peek inside the stacked composite layout and find out how it was build enable "Expert Mode" inside the editor and press "o" on the keyboard, this switches the editor to "Outline" view mode.
If you like to request specific composite configurations, have ideas for A future update or simply having a question, just let me know in the comment section.
Thats it for now, the project is cloneable, feel free to copy, (re-)use, abuse, expand and /-or redistribute, Enjoy!