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052610. Another quick experiment with thin bricks. 1920's Broadway feel. 121114. Revisited the curves and smoothed out everything using subtle nudges.


Always look forward to seeing what gems you come up with, this is Very clever. Really nice C,S
SPACE key needs shortening though, it looks a bit gappy. End stem of G seems high, and you must really hate that Y. The thin line looks too fat. Is it possible to do it more like the V but not as steep?
Comment by djnippa 26th may 2010
Well, there goes my next fontstruction - I'd planned on doing something very similar. Although I daresay it would've taken a lot longer to come up with something close to this level.

Great work.
Comment by chr.s 27th may 2010
Very Very nice work

just like djnippa say about the C and S (even 6, 9, a...) I think it's what it give all it's power to this font.. we don't fell the grid under. Look very pro

great achievement
Bravo encore!
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 27th may 2010
@djnippa - Good Eye! Thanks for the comment, DJ. I increased the space and spacing because it automatically tightens after downloading due to the 2:2 filter spacing issue. I tightened it up a little more. G stem has been lowered to match middle bars of E and H. I didn't even realize the Y was too thick. Just thinned it out too.

@chr.s - Don't let this work hold you back from sharing your own. You've got a lot of creative and advanced fontstructions. I have many fonts that are synchronous with others. If I was inspired by someone, I cite the original source. But if I attempt to create something original without any references, and someone else releases a similar design, I'd still cite the design if I am aware of it and label my own as being synchronous. The creativity is still yours if you haven't intentionally copied another. It's your choice to make. Sometimes, the only time I remember I have created a font is when I see it appear as someone else's synchronous design.

I like analyzing the differences in design and approach when synchronous designs come out. Most recently with djnippa's NCD Amphibian Stencil and afrojet's Whoopee. Similar designs, but djnippa cites a slight influence and reveals an evolution of his own previous work. Both are valid and interesting.

@Upixel - Thank you. The entire design was born out of a single small sketch of the lowercase c.
Comment by geneus1 27th may 2010
With every new release your fonts get more and more refined, as you conquer the new tools of FS 2.0. You have raised the bar again. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 27th may 2010
I really like it. I tried to do something similar when the 2x1 angles came out. Maybe I'll release it one day.
Comment by LexKominek 27th may 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Sonorous” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 30th may 2010
@Frodo7: Thanks, Frodo. The bar will be raised even higher pretty soon.

@LexKominek: Thanks Lex. I'd love to see it.

@afrojet: Thanks again.
Comment by geneus1 31st may 2010
Curtain up on another show-stopper. Encore!
Comment by p2pnut 1st june 2010
Impressive. Classiest of the 20 fonts I've seen so far.
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