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Based on djnippa's 'NCD Composites in My Bricks', with the addition of some angles from Aphoria's 'Angle Tutorial'.
Info: Created on 5th June 2010 . Last edited on 18th November 2011.
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This is my constant companion and guide when attempting to produce those pesky curves in FS 2.0. It is an amalgam of the pioneering FS 2.0 work done by djnippa, aphoria and geneus1.

I copy the 'toolbox' of ready made angles, quarter and threequarter bricks (found under 'Q') from here and paste it at the beginning of a new design for use in creating curves.

Tip of the Day ... don't forget to delete the 'toolbox' before releasing your new font :)
Comment by p2pnut 30th November 2010
Hi Ray, this isn't much of a tool without the ability to clone it! :-)
Comment by djnippa 14th January 2011
Umm yeah. Nippa is right there lol.
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 14th January 2011
Whoops!! Sorry about that folks. Thanks to djnippa for pointing this out.

Hopefully it is now cloneable.
Comment by p2pnut 15th January 2011
Pretty good collection. Thanks for sharing. Is it possible to add a few bricks of my own?
Comment by Frodo7 24th September 2011
As I said right from the start, this is a combined effort stemming from the brilliant work of others - I merely 'host' it. So by all means add to it ... it can only help to make it a more useful tool.

Probably the easiest way is for you to put your bricks in a Public/Cloneable FS and then I can copy and paste them to the original.
Comment by p2pnut 25th September 2011
Yes, that was on my mind to put those bricks in this fine repositorium.

Suggestion: You could make the samples smaller, about 16x16, and place all of them in an array on a single glyph. They should not take up so much space and overshadow other good bricks.
Comment by Frodo7 12th November 2011
Pas con !!!
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