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a V1.0 fontstruct - Minimalist 4 patterns font. I create this font with my head rotated. It's a classic clean font. It's fun to play with size for different screen result, always readable, very small readable in pale grey, mid size get a cool fuzzy , big size clean and clear. We can also overlay text to create shade and overlaping effect.
Info Created on 24th April 2010 . Last edited on 30th September 2010.
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Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 4th May 2010
Ultra clean, Stunning effect, Well propotionned, Beautiful sample, (I love the rendition of Blax), Grey coloring at pixel size, I simply love this.
A remark, though : Maybe the w looks a bit queer, with its left straight stroke descending to the basis line, I think I would have "rounded" it instead.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 4th May 2010
It manages to blend strength with lightness - and look really great. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 4th May 2010
Great. A case can be made for that crazy w. Well, it's a not-quite inversion of the m, and why not? It's playful, which I like. The rest of it is perfectly restrained (where's the oh-so-pink dot, I want to know)and admirably wrested from those unwilling bricks. Let the w shout a bit, the face has certainly earned it.
Comment by intaglio 4th May 2010
Very cool...great job.
Comment by aphoria 4th May 2010
hmmm the "w" case...well I agree, in fact I did'nt pay much attention on this glyph... now I realise it, I'll correct it


I'm unhappy with my lowercase "y" I had a hard time to create it and I'm still unsatisfied, any suggestion ?



-intaglio first of all, thank. I'm impress of your massive work, congrats!
(where's the oh-so-pink dot, I want to know), English is not my first language so I don't get the meaning of this one, can you explain it ?

Kerning problem with the .ttf file:
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Sadly the .ttf file when downlading is not properly generated.
FS support comment:
This is a known issue. The problem with the C, G, j, g, etc is to do with the half-brick space on the left of those glyph. The font-generator doesn’t deal with these half-bricks properly at the moment. We will try to fix this in a future version of FontStruct.
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 4th May 2010
Pink dot: that's me hinting to Admin that this font needs to be top-picked.
As for the l/c y: I think your solution is as optimal as it's going to get. That's the charm of Fontstruct: it's hard.
Comment by intaglio 4th May 2010
I could hardly find anything to complain about. Blax looks simple, well crafted, almost complete in every way, and probably ready to roll on the press. It joins my list of Faves. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 5th May 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Blax” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 5th May 2010
The w is surely more pleasant like this. Good improvement.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 6th May 2010
and thanks for all the characters added, including the-in-the-o necessary to perfectly write in french
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 6th May 2010
Intaglio - I see in pink now... thank

Merci beaucoup Afrojet

Neurone Erreur - Yes the w is more pleasant like this Merci, est-ce que tu parles francais ?


Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 11th May 2010
Oui, je suis français, toi aussi ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th May 2010

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