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This font is not a font, but rather a place where I can do experiments like large curves, things that only look cool in outline mode, and much more.

This is published and cloneable so you can see (and use) the experiments for yourself.

Capital A: Various sizes of circles approximated using a standard faux (pronounced like 'foe') bezier curve technique (top) and stock bricks (bottom)

Capital B: A thing that only looks cool in outline mode

Capital C: Approximations of diagonal lines.
Bottom (1): Simple Stock Brick method, using only two stock bricks.
2: Complex Stock Brick method, using three.
3: Composite method.
4: Complex composite method (4x4 composites)

Capital D: (Set filters to 2x2) I wish this was a stock brick / createable brick that didn't require layers or filters.
Ideas:
  -  Allow layers for non-patrons (maybe not colors, but at least layers)
  -  When stacking, don't revert the bricks to their original states
  -  Brick patching (T)

Capital E: Weird thorn brick pinwheel thing. I suppose the last one there is infinitely extendable, as seen in Capital F.

Capital F: Extension of the weird thorn brick pinwheel thing.

Capital G: Capital E but with fin bricks. The last one is also extendable (not shown)

Capital H: Two circles.
On the left is the largest one in the Capital A.
On the right is a slight variation that follows the rules of the circles: Any size circle should be able to exactly fit the one that's two sizes down. This one also looks marginally more consistent as far as stroke weights go.

Capital I: The snick bricks contain themselves.

Capital J: Sierpinski Triangle

Capital K: Capital E and G but with Snick Bricks

Capital L: Capital E, G, and K but with Half-width triangles

Capital M: If anyone wants to make this a font, be my guest.

Capital N: Original concept for Tloak (left), and the updated version (right)

Capital O: Collisions of the New Rings 1, 2, and 4, all offset by just a little, forming New Rings 3, 5, 6, and 7. Just like Binary. (i.e., if you combine 1 and 4 you get 5, or 1 and 2 make 3. Mixing all makes 7, the thickest one.)

Capital P: The capital C with composites expanded

Capital Q: Various approximations for curves at the tops of 1x2 slopes. You are very welcome.

Capital R: Zoom out and press 'O' while in expert mode

Capital S: Rounding the end of a diagonal

Capital T: Various brick patches using William Leverette's Brick Patching technique, found here.

New experiments go down here.
Suggestions and requests are allowed, but spam isn't.

Thank you, STF!
@SuIsJustBack4523721387: Weird flex but ok

(BTW, I can't comment or clone fonts)

3 Comments

I use stock bricks for Infinite Sans

Comment by SuIsJustBack4523721387 Mon, 28th august

@Nathan Douglas: Perhaps I can save you a lot of time and headaches, allow me to direct you over here: STF_TOOLS

Besides being far more complete, the pre-fabs you'll find in there are of much better quality imo. Yet that doesn't take away the fact that what you did here by providing your clonable work back to the community deserves many credits in its own right! So nice work nonetheless, keep up this spirit...

Cheers pal

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 29th august

@Nathan Douglas: 'Pre-fab' means pre-fabricated.

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 29th august

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