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actually, Cimarron was a mixed blessing. the first font i did, i think i used some composites and stacking. they messed up, but somehow i discovered the possibilities of filling their space with different regular bricks. i had flipped the custom bricks, so when i replaced them with regular bricks, they automatically flipped as well. so this really lends itself well to variations and experimentation. unfortunately somewhere along the way, the bowtie and bolo (and probably all their descendants:) have these phantom spurs. although it might probably be easy enough to recreate, i thought i'd ask for help first. if i can get bow tie and bolo clean, i can duplicate all the others, yee haw!
Comment by funk_king 22nd may 2010
Your persistence is paying off - may your bowl be always full (but stay downwind if it's full of beans) :)
Comment by p2pnut 23rd may 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Bowl” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 24th may 2010

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