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trying to break the grid once more... composite is a great feature... still running into a lot of problems though. in had a great start with this one. i think the squeezed curves create great shapes but i don't know if it's worth creating upper case letters for. this is more like an extended experiment. unfortunately spacing is aweful once again...
Info Created on 12th May 2010 . Last edited on 13th May 2010.
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    Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 13th May 2010
    Nice work saberrider...don't give up yet! I'd love to see the upper case.
    Comment by aphoria 13th May 2010
    Yes, don’t give up! I was experimenting with something extremely similar last night, and eventually gave up. I’m glad I did… yours is better! I feel your frustration with the x-height, though. Just not quite consistent enough. However, the overall character is very unified. Excellent work. Keep pushing!
    Comment by fugitiveglue 13th May 2010
    Pushing the envelop even further... Keep up the good work. 10/10
    Comment by Frodo7 13th May 2010
    I think it's wonderful. It has a lovely informal look to it. Definitely worth pressing on with an upper case, though I can see it's a challenging prospect.
    Comment by intaglio 15th May 2010
    Great...
    you correct the optical letter that make your font more natural, very harmonious and less GRID FEELING.
    GO for the uppercase... please

    Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 15th May 2010
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “squeeze” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by afrojet 17th May 2010
    No one does the gentle curve better than you. :-)
    Comment by thalamic 19th May 2010
    i really don't understand how this is made. must be some kind of voodoo...
    what kind of brick size do you use? please tell me!
    Comment by regular_one 28th September 2011

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