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Info Created on 23rd December 2010 . Last edited on 29th December 2010.
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    I've eaten too much...
    Comment by intaglio 28th December 2010
    For once I'm relatively happy with the caps.
    Comment by intaglio 28th December 2010
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “cholestera” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 29th December 2010
    I like the sort of Firestone family gothic cartoonesque parody feeling of the Lowercases (maybe the "z" is too much clean and thin, though). But i think the UC are not enough big nor fat for these chunky LC, they seem fragile and timid among them. Maybe they'd be more adapted for less naughty LC.
    Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 29th December 2010
    I love this fat one ;)
    nice work again
    Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 29th December 2010
    @neurone error: I always have difficulty with the caps when I'm working on a small scale. I nearly always start with the lower case and don't start to think about the caps until the lower case shows itself to be viable. Not a good recipe for a harmonious whole.

    Ideally, as you point out, the caps would be fatter. The trouble is at this scale that extra brick width would cause no end of problems. Possibly resolvable, but I'm happy enough with a slight weight mismatch.

    Fontstruct is all about compromises, which is what makes it so maddeningly enjoyable.
    Comment by intaglio 29th December 2010
    No worry, Intaglio, i've been there, sometimes one font ended in four different fonts, until i find the good Lc for the good Uc and vice versa, sometimes it's really difficult, especially with irregular designs. i was just dreaming awake. Because, unlike other softwares we have not a magic function that makes our designs immediately fatter, bigger, thinner, or italic. But that's also what makes Fonttsruct so unique. I Really like what you made here, you can be assured. :0)
    Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 29th December 2010

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