by gueldenstern

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Kreuzstich, zum Schreiben und Nachsticken. Eine Versalie ist 11 Kreuze hoch.
Info: Created on 28th October 2010 . Last edited on 10th November 2010.
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Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 8th January 2011
Beautiful! Great work.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 9th January 2011
Thanks at you all! I´m very proud for having done my very first font in my life. I know the pixel level is not the best - but the font works really useful in runnig text. I will post a pic when having done a sample in real embroidery.
Comment by gueldenstern 9th January 2011
No, got you right - the preview is ugly :-( The font goes all right for its goal: its designed for being used as mac-font AND as pattern for handcrafted embroidery. I´m looking forward for the sample my mother is already stiching.
Comment by gueldenstern 9th January 2011
gueldenstern.. if this is your very first font in your life... the future is very promising

well done great work
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 11th January 2011
Very nice handwriting font. Is it a new, original design, or a Fontstruct adaptation? Some strokes appear a bit thicker. Many letters look blurred at pixel view, the last thing you wish for a pixel font. Set the spacing to natural number (0,1,2,3, etc.) instead of fraction. Ampersand (&): do a horizontal flip. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 20th August 2012

That & is backwards, but I kinda like it :P

Comment by Merrybot Mon, 20th January

The & backwards is intended ;-)

Comment by gueldenstern Mon, 20th January

Hm, okay :)

Comment by Merrybot Mon, 20th January

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