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The NUMBERS were the origin: This font has been created from the design of glyphs 0, 2 and 4, which was then extrapolated to the rest of the characters. Unicase with alternates. Thanks @AidenFont for the vertical stripes idea.

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The NUMBERS were the origin: This font has been created from the design of glyphs 0, 2 and 4, which was then extrapolated to the rest of the characters. Unicase with alternates. Thanks @AidenFont for the vertical stripes idea.

Comment by elmoyenique Mon, 29th april

Somehow those outlined glyph contour sections where the actual outline had been left out is making it appear sort of unfinished..  I'm especially refering to those outline segments that are situated on the glyph's very outside, so not the (partially) enclosed areas. I think because there is no clear method of implementation in its current state.

I "can" understand the implementation when lines/strokes are intersecting. But for example with letters J, M, N, L, maybe C, as well as the "Solidus" (/) in their current forms look unfinished.

Comment by Sed4tives Mon, 29th april

Dear @Sed4: You are a perfectionist and I love this, nothing better than your look to highlight my weaknesses. At first I chose to leave those endings open because I tried to close them and I didn't like it. I'm never entirely sure what some glyphs look like in a font before I publish it, and I think that happens to you sometimes, too. I'm going to retry it, but I like how it looks now (even if it seems ugly to you, hehehe). Thanks a lot.

Comment by elmoyenique Mon, 29th april

And it seems to me that everything is fine! These open areas stylistically complement each other in different letters, and where necessary for ease of reading, you closed them, as in the letter K, R, V. Good font and good luck)

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) Mon, 29th april

Very playful, I like it, the $ sign is nice. Good luck

Comment by Peter (Petruuccio) Mon, 29th april

I don't wanna call it "ugly" though, but rather "unconventional" is a more appropriate term. It's sort-of like the effect that those "open" endings have in terms of the trickery thwy pull on my mind. And perhaps to me the effect is at its strongest on the diagonal parts.. 

I can fully understand that it is just a matter of 'which' bits and pieces get thrown at the wall to see what sticks. And, on many occasions my fonts are exactly the same collections of "happy-accidents", "near" hits, and many "Nope's"

Comment by Sed4tives Mon, 29th april
Comment by Sed4tives Mon, 29th april

I can't say that I'm not liking a "closed" version though..

Comment by Sed4tives Mon, 29th april

I can imagine this being very useful for imprinting words onto seared meats. Like using a pan designed with this font for maximum grill marks. Fun type, elmoyenique!

Comment by faux_icing Mon, 29th april

🤣

Comment by elmoyenique Mon, 29th april

DaFAQ, lolz 🤣 @faux_icing: I almost pissed my pants man now u.. (pff 2funny)

ps: Now read its again pretending that its from this dead serious "Tefal" advertising brochure.. 

Comment by Sed4tives Mon, 29th april

In an Art Periods foder this could fit into 'op-art'. Great eye-confuddling lines, good to have those white cuts to help see A,G,P,Y etc ...

Comment by Aeolien Mon, 29th april

Someone with such lively imagination is destined to pioneer great inventions!

Comment by Sed4tives Mon, 29th april
Comment by elmoyenique Mon, 29th april

@elmoyenique - Not only could the cow be branded with your initials, so can the resulting steak!  ;^D

Comment by Goatmeal Mon, 29th april

Excellent number sample!

Comment by four Mon, 29th april

@Aeolien: Thank you dear!

@Goatmeal: 🤣🤣🤣

@four: Thanks a lot!

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 30th april
Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 7th may

I've been looking at the rates of the entire NumbersComp and I'm the only one who has received a 1. Something personal, competition strategy, mistake when trying to mark a Favorite?... I'm here from 15 years just for fun and for help people creating fonts, I don't understand this.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 7th may

@elmoyenique: My dear friend, don't let the trolls ruin your day. You can't understand the motives of stupid people unless you take brain blockers. I like your work and gave it 10/10.

Comment by Frodo7 Tue, 7th may

@elmoyenique - Please don't take the voting system to heart; while one of several indicators, it's the comments section where you continue to score 10/10.

Voting up or down takes a mindless instant; the time and deliberate effort taken to post a comment about your fonts (whether good or bad) and have conversations about them should be the better measure -- and you always have a lot of wonderful comments for your fonts.  ;^)

Comment by Goatmeal Tue, 7th may

@Frodo/ and @Goatmeal: Thanks a million, compañeros ❤️ ! I'm sorry, I'm just a little overly sensitive today.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 7th may
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zrebmun eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 21st may

All my best congratulations! That's amazing.

Comment by beate Tue, 21st may

It gives me great pleasure to say, "Congratulations on winning the Numbers competition." I am so happy for you. 

Comment by thalamic Tue, 21st may

@Maestra Beate and @Master thalamic: Thanks a million, dear friends!

@meek: Thank you very much for this unespected prize, BigBoss! 

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 21st may

Congratulations. Well done. More self-esteem to you.

Comment by Frodo7 Tue, 21st may

@Frodo7: Thanks a lot, you're my referent doctor, you know!

Comment by elmoyenique Wed, 22nd may

Congratulations on the competition, quite happy to be on the podium with you and four~

Comment by tortoiseshell Wed, 22nd may

@tortoiseshell: The pleasure is mine.

Comment by elmoyenique Wed, 22nd may

very cool, reminds me of window-blinds.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Thu, 23rd may

Thank you very much, Noah!

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 23rd may

New Wrld

Comment by Louisvsavage Wed, 17th july

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