fs Unoriginal

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An unoriginal idea that's been sitting around for a while. Don't go by the January 2010 creation date, no; this is a clone of a clone of a different idea (which may see the light of day yet...or not, whichever comes first ;).


Comment by minimum 23rd may 2010
Wow this is awesome! How did you make the 3D preview?
Comment by At-At-Guy 23rd may 2010
It looks fantastic. Why do you think it's "unoriginal"? Just because you've been inspired by Islamic motifs it would still be very original. The demo is second to none. Did you actually build this thing? :)) 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 23rd may 2010
Nothing unoriginal here - it's a beauty in its own right ... and that sample ... WOW!
Comment by p2pnut 23rd may 2010
Looks like futuristic city blocks. Superb sample, and excellent charcterisation. Defo downloading this beauty. 10/10.
Comment by djnippa 23rd may 2010
Genial the font, genial the sample... Wow! Lots of things to learn today here in FS. Thanks, master. 10.
Comment by elmoyenique 23rd may 2010
Awesome font.

I wish I had half your skill with the samples.
Comment by aphoria 24th may 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs Unoriginal” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 24th may 2010
Thanks for the nice comments, guys. :-)

@@@Guy: The sample is done in Maya. Extruded text, one plane for the horizontal base, one plane for the tilted-vertical wall; then different materials applied to different parts; and finally two light sources, one ambient, one point light. Et voila!

@Frodo7: I say unoriginal because of fs Etched. The result is similar, however both started out quite different. I guess I am not very versatile. Although I was not thinking of Islamic anything when doing either.

@p2pnut: Samples are a good way of showing what could be achieved using these fontstructions. I hope people do more with it.

@djnippa: It does look city-ish, doesn't it. Would love to see what you use it for.

@elmoyenique: This font uses one square brick only. I'm afraid it has limited teaching. Still, glad you find it learn-worthy.

@aphoria: I'd be happy to do samples for you anytime. :-)

@afrojet: You always find a way to brighten my day. Thanks.
Comment by minimum 24th may 2010
Comment by zen_killa 25th may 2010
very nice font!! too creative n modern!! congrts
Comment by csmith721 11th june 2010

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