san serif polkadotdot

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See also serif polkadotdot by rikk.

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Info: Created on 17th November 2010 . Last edited on 18th December 2010.
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The idea is brilliant. Our visual system completes the nonexistent shapes suggested by the dots. Some letters are cumbersome. Why do you mix the serif and sans serif versions within the same font?
Comment by Frodo7 15th December 2010
coz i was just trying to define a fixed width of every stroke of the san serif version in the very beginning, but somehow its not very good (i supposed its why its looks cumbersome). so i tried to start a serif capital in small letters alphabet. and my idea is to try to keep everything aligned with the polka dot pattern in a consisting distant; in the same time which can mix between serif and san serif font. maybe its not a very good idea.....
Comment by rikk 15th December 2010
Hmm. This is actually quite a brilliant idea. And the way the dots form the overall structure of the letter is great. I agree with Frodo with that.
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 15th December 2010
i think i will gonna split it into 2 versions and do some refinement in the spacing. and try to do the small letters as well. thank you for the comments.
Comment by rikk 15th December 2010
Hey I like what you did with the lowercase here. They fit with the capitals pretty great.
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 16th December 2010
thanks! and i m now trying to do the serif version as well.
Comment by rikk 16th December 2010
Awesome! I'll definitely be watching for it!
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 16th December 2010
I love this kind of works so much. !0 2 U. But I think you must work a little bit more on some glyphs with "rare" half circles.
Comment by elmoyenique 17th December 2010
You can try using a new composite brick to solve the problem.
Comment by elmoyenique 17th December 2010
10 for you, I want said; forgive my poor english, please.
Comment by elmoyenique 17th December 2010
Elemoyenlque Thank you for your advices. i was first attempted to keep just using quarter to build this font conceptually. but since you mentioned, i will try to amend it and keep the polka dot pattern in a more intact shape.

again, thanks. ^_^
Comment by rikk 17th December 2010

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