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Comment by naveenchandru 6th November 2010
Good, good work! I'm looking how every time you present here more and more excellent fonts! Please, se also my "zarcs eYe/FS" (http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/387728) and my "zkandia eYe/FS" (http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/390644). I think both have some interesting for your font glyphs. See you in SF.
Comment by elmoyenique 6th November 2010
@elmoyenique:
Thanks for your kind words.
I had a look at "zarcs eYe/FS" and
"zkandia eYe/FS". Those were simply good looking. I could find some similarities between "en sans" and those. But it seems I had taken a difficult route to make this. I wanted to make a totally circular 'o'. So I made use of the four macaroni bricks. When it came to fonstruction of 'c', I had to make use of compositions to make its right half look circular. It was like solving a puzzle. I used the same idea for e and s. Also I tried my best to create uniform thickness (even at different angles). At last I am happy for making this one.
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Comment by naveenchandru 6th November 2010
Comment by naveenchandru 6th November 2010
This is FS! And you can always improve something you thought had no solution, there are very good people watching what we do, you know. They are always helpful. Keep on running!
Comment by elmoyenique 6th November 2010
WOW very smart use of filter love this e.

I clone it an play around. here is a a derivation of your work. I will never publish it because it's your font and your idea. but I had fun playing around. thank
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 8th November 2010
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 8th November 2010
@Upixel:
Thanks for your comment. Your derivative is cool. Actually I will be happier if you publish your work.
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Comment by naveenchandru 13th November 2010

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