TRON Legacy UC

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This should be self-explanatory, but this is a font inspired by the logo for the upcoming TRON: Legacy. And yes, in case you're wondering, the 't', 'r', 'o', and 'n' are exactly like the logo.
Info: Created on 20th November 2010 . Last edited on 22nd November 2010.
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Excellent, EXCELLENT work, smallbar!

I was wondering when this one would be FontStructed...
Comment by Goatmeal 21st November 2010
One suggestion: create a special "TR" character using an unused character, so that it matches the logo where the crossbar of the T joins the R.
Comment by Goatmeal 22nd November 2010
I just added the 'tr' figure in place of the ampersand (&). Also, I thought you might be interested that I'm nearing completion on a complete TRON font with numbers, upper and lower case, and every possible symbol. Stay tuned within the next couple of days. Also, tell all your friends about this font, I'd like it to get a top pick.
Comment by smallbar 22nd November 2010
Thanks, I am looking forward to it!
Comment by Goatmeal 22nd November 2010
Here's the link to the full TRON font:
http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/406770
Comment by smallbar 24th November 2010
Dear Smallbar, your version of tron legacy, it's really bad.
And it's a bad example, give freely, a font was wrong.
Watch Link: 369 glyphs.
http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/cerri-antonio/crrntn/outline/
Hi guys, my name is Antonio Cerri,
I made a CINEMA 4D + AFTER EFFECTS tutorial in September 2010, to recreate the tron movie title, here’s the link: http://ae.tutsplus.com/author/antonio-cerri/
If you want to customize your logo in the TRON LEGACY style you can buy the font in this link:
http://www.crrntn.com/shop.html
or on MyFonts:
http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/cerri-antonio/crrntn/outline/
;) Good Works
Comment by CRR_NTN 28th December 2010
Dear CRR_NTN,
How about you just keep making your fonts and stop going about bashing everyone else's that you don't like. I created this font based off the T, R, O, and N in the logo and then interpreted the rest. So yours may be more accurate to the movie or the behind-the-scenes shorts, but in my personal opinion, mine looks more like what a TRON font should be: very fragmented and irregular. By the way, if you'd like to bash my full TRON font, please use the link above.
Sincerest thanks,
smallbar :)
Comment by smallbar 29th December 2010
Dear smallbar,
Learn to accept criticism, because your font is full of typographical defects, and poor. You can give free him, but you need to fix the errors.
Comment by CRR_NTN 29th December 2010
I will gladly accept constructive criticism, but until you explain how a font that I invented can have defects/errors I don't see what there is to fix.
Comment by smallbar 29th December 2010
Good effort smallbar. It suffers a wee bit from the old FS angles problem. To make the curves a bit curvier you could use the new angles available since FS 2.0.

You can clone a copy of the new angles at: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/angles_22

Your design would also benefit from a bit of attention to the width of the diagonals (to make them match the horizontal and vertical strokes).

Keep up the good work and ... most of all ... enjoy your FontStructing :)

@CRR_NTN: I accept that English is not your first language, but there are better ways of expressing yourself. We try to keep things as positive as possible here at FontStruct (including criticism).

As a professional designer you use far more sophisticated programs than FS. However, the modular nature of FS has its own charms and presents a different set of challenges.
Comment by p2pnut 31st December 2010
Thanks a bunch p2pnut, I'll take a look at incorporating those new angles.
Comment by smallbar 31st December 2010

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