Arancito

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by Em42
See also Arancito Fleurs by Em42.

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A connected script font based on the macaroni bricks.
Info: Created on 15th February 2011 . Last edited on 30th June 2011.
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14 Comments

Comment by Em42 28th March 2011
I love it! Nice connections and nice solutions for each character! 10/10
Comment by laynecom 28th March 2011
Cute and playful! Cinco estrellas :-)
My only gripe (but it’s more with the genre than with your font) is that o really reads as a...
Comment by riccard0 28th March 2011
Greeeeat font, master! Rithm and 80's sense at all. WwoOOOooowWw!
(IMHO, you must look a little to the "o" and its own ligatures -someway it looks like a "a" or "e", you see?-).
Comment by elmoyenique 28th March 2011
Nice... and yes, the o does look a bit like an e. But I still think it's great.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 28th March 2011
Absolutely wonderfull
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 28th March 2011
Thanks to all for your comments.

I know the "o" is quite ambiguous: its shape changed a couple of times to make it as different as possible from the "a", but on such a small grid possibilities are really limited.
Comment by Em42 29th March 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Arancito” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th March 2011
Hermoso, de verdad.
Comment by erick_dlr 26th April 2011
I like that orange. 10/10.
Comment by BanjoZebra 26th April 2011
nice! this font has a neat look. i'd like to see it w/more punctuation & extra chars. (even just basic stuff, like a comma, for example!) i like what you've done with the punc marks you've already done, particularly the & and %, they really have character (no pun intended :) ). the @ sign is kind of weird looking, it's hard to figure out what it's supposed to be, but the other ones prove that you don't have to sacrifice legibility to make nice punc-marks that have the same look as the letters & numbers, and you don't have to make them, you know, *ordinary* in order for them to be legible.

i'm not sure whether i'd change the o, as some ppl have suggested, or not...maybe you should try fooling around with it and see if you get something you like better.
Comment by vipergrrl 30th July 2012
(actually, i think the @ sign looks neat, it's just that it doesn't look like what it's supposed to be! it bears an uncanny resemblance to the letter E, tho.)
Comment by vipergrrl 30th July 2012
Wow! That's amazing! I tried making a cursive font, and it became rather blocky. You can see it at http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/727880
Comment by Bismuth 26th January 2013
Beautiful font!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th January 2013