Arc Brick 2:2 Sample Font

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This font shows an example of the letterforms created with the new Arc brick with the advanced filter settings at 2:2. The 2:2 setting enlarges each brick twice the size on the horizontal and vertical axes. About 90% of everything I work on uses the advanced filter settings. This enables two important things: 1. Half-brick positioning 2. Brick overlapping. The Arc Brick 1:1 Sample Font works with the default filter setting. When switching filters from 1:1 to 2:2, you have four times as many brick placement options. The main thing to deal with in working with bricks using the 2:2 filter is to remember that each brick needs to be handled on the lower left. Since every brick now spans two grid spaces horizontally and vertically in a square, you will need to click and drag bricks from the lower left corner. This can get really confusing with multiple overlapping bricks. The brick placement on this font is designed to maximize efficiency, minimizing overlaps to connect each brick cleanly. WIP. Upper and lowercase for now. Please clone and check it out for details. If you have a question, just ask. =)
Info: Created on 25th August 2010 . Last edited on 27th August 2010.
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3 Comments

I'm surprised to be the first to comment on this.

This is good tutorial and many users would be wise to check it out.
Comment by aphoria 24th September 2010
Cara! Se não vejo este post, eu nunca iria saber que existe um filtro 1:1 e outro 2:2 !
Master!
Muitoútil, ainda mais pra mim que não falo inglês, que fica mais difícil entender.
Comment by FerretDzinn 26th August 2011

The uppercase reminds me of my own Textliner

Comment by KyooshiFonts 1st June 2018

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