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More fun with composite stacks, packing more detail into smaller grids. The crosshatching is made less regular by alternating and rotating a set of three four similar, yet distinct bricks. correction made on 2/15


Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 6th february 2011
Great use of the new stacking features, resulting in an awesome grungy font.
Comment by aphoria 6th february 2011
Really cool!
I think it would be a bit better if there was more spacing in the letters... still 10/10!
Comment by Drgrit 6th february 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Sketch Bit” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 7th february 2011
Superb work!
Comment by elmoyenique 7th february 2011
Comment by 3killgor3 7th february 2011
Many thanks, compadres! So glad you enjoy this little min/max experiment. Drgrit is right to point out the tight – sometimes, too tight – letter spacing. I so like the mosaic patterns that emerge from the auto-ligatures of overlapping letters that I will keep it how it is for now. Good for very short display setting, I think. Adding tracking or manually kerning to restore space between letters also gives good results and/or fixes legibility issues caused by certain overlaps.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 8th february 2011
Hm, how exactly did you make those compsites? It's an easy 10/10, nice job.
Comment by BanjoZebra 9th february 2011
Hey, I promised BanjoZebra my answer to the composite-making question would come yesterday, and I want to apologize as a rush of unexpected tasks has kept me from getting to this. Please, be patient my young friend and I will message you when the explanation is live in the next couple days! For now, if you are reading this BZ, I highly recommend making a clone and seeing if you can recreate the anatomy of the composites from the existing bricks. : )
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 12th february 2011
I did end up cloning this - and FS Kronos - just to see how you did it. And I still can't figure out this one by highlighting the brick (You know, to see all the stacked bricks).
Comment by BanjoZebra 12th february 2011
@BanjoZebra - If you have not done so, make sure to look at the cloned glyphs using the outline function (Keyboard Shortcut "O" to Show/Hide Outline Mode). It's helped me quite often see how others make unique bricks.
Comment by Goatmeal 12th february 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Sketch Bit” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 18th february 2011
Congrats for the Featured Fonstruction!
Comment by elmoyenique 18th february 2011
OMG! This is so cool I wish I could clone it. Wow! Must of taken a long time, and to make it a Featured FontStruction, Must be proud of that! =]
Comment by ExtremeFontMaker 22nd february 2011

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