Wakanda4Eva

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 Opening day of Marvel's Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever! 
I started this late and suffered the consequences, but had to release something. This took a long time and didn't look like how I wanted it to or as good as I wanted it to, but there it is. WIP as I attempt to clean up and adust stuff. 

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Really impressive work! You leave me speechless! What delicacy in the bevels and what a beautiful general harmony! An authentic piece of Art to observe and improve our use of color functions. Chapeau, Master!

Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 12th november

Let me point out a few misplaced bricks in N and X, and a question: what happened to the darker shadow color that appears only in A, B, and D? Thanks in advance.

Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 12th november
Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 12th november
Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 12th november

@geneus1 - Congratulations, Gene!  :^)

Comment by Goatmeal Sat, 12th november

It's a real pleasure to look more closelly all the glyphs.

Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 12th november

Anyone ever noticed that these Polychrome fonts in some specific colors are a dead giveaway in regard to the font's brick layout, hence revealing the inner grid structure of the fonts construction.

Not that I could care much tho, but I think some people would rather not reveal their tricks of the trade!!

So beware...

Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 12th november
Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 12th november

@goatmeal Thanks!
@elmo @sed4tives Haha! Thanks for the input guys, but you don't have to tell me what's wrong as I'm the expert in everything that went awry with this. Not to make excuses, but it was the end of the day, I was tired, weird slowdowns kept happening with the fontstructor, and I had to release in time. What became evident was that without the ability to copy and paste from one layer to another, I had to precisely recreate the complexity of the base font with multiple custom angled bricks plus nudging - so it was like building a complicated structure from scratch eight times for each layer (easy with the ThunderGawd font with basic angles, much harder with custom 1:8, 1:4, 1:3, 2:3, 3:4 angled bricks). And thus goes my biggest feature request: Copying and pasting from one layer to another. (please meek! please!)

Comment by geneus1 Mon, 14th november

Beautiful.

Copy & Paste between layers would be a great help. Have you tried making a clone and copying from the clone to the new layer? You still work at glyph level, but it is faster than starting from scratch. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 Tue, 15th november
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Wakanda4Eva” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 15th november

Congrats on the TP, Master G1!

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 17th november

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