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I called it 'Brilliance' because it reminds me of those expensive diamond initials.
Info Created on 7th December 2009 . Last edited on 22nd May 2010.
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It's brilliance, I mean, brilliant. The O is done to perfection.
Comment by thalamic 9th December 2009
Agreed. The overshoot construction is rather spectacular.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 9th December 2009
These letters are like fine jewels, bracelets or necklaces, studded with pearls or emeralds. The foreign characters including the Å,Ç,Æ,Ñ are especially elegant. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 9th December 2009
The whole set is very good. And, thalamic is right...the O is perfection.
Comment by aphoria 9th December 2009
Thank you, everyone. The O was also the first glyph I did, and it inspired me to do the rest of the set.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 9th December 2009
From pxl to largest it looks fantastic.
Comment by p2pnut 9th December 2009
10/10
This is a beauty.
Comment by chr.s 10th December 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Brilliance” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 11th December 2009
I really like this one. The simplicity of the design kind of hides the fact that this is an advanced fontstruction. Brilliant grid work. Nice forms on the accents. Going by the sample text in the preview, I think the J may be too wide. The Q could have a more prominent tail. And the R with a swashed leg might work well too. But that's just IMHO. Here's a screenshot to say it better:
Comment by geneus1 7th January 2010
This just radiates [title]! Great job!
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 28th October 2010

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