by rwoollard

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Once again, real originality, artistic vision and skill don't pay in FS. No comment, no TP here when the same boring copies or so are overawarded. Congratulations to you Rwoollard anyway for this beautiful and amazingly mature first fontstruction!
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 3rd december 2011
Some great ideas here - from soft echo-like shading to sharp fractures. 10/10

I confess that I didn't notice it when it was released, therefore thank you ne for highlighting it ... if only you hadn't used the opportunity for beating your 'artist v craftsman' drum :)
Comment by p2pnut 4th december 2011
I remember rating it 10 when it was released
Amazing work.
Comment by kassymkulov 4th december 2011
I thought I had double vision! (more than usual, anyway ;-)
s and ? look a bit plain compared to the rest, but definitely 1010/1010!
Comment by riccard0 4th december 2011
@riccard0 Doesn't 1010/1010 equal 10/10?
@rwoolard Good font!
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 6th december 2011
Well, yes, it just meant to represent the vote as seen through a kaleidoscope. The fact that it could also be read as binary was just an added bonus ;-)
Comment by riccard0 6th december 2011
Thankyou for all your lovely comments really appreciate it , and as i'm a first timer any constructive criticism would be very helpful .... :)
Comment by rwoollard 6th december 2011
Glad my little push had some followers. Now as you asked, my only constructive critic would go to spacing. If you want your font to work better in text, you have to significantly decrease the space between letters and increase space between words (what you can do pushing too the right the green bar of the "letter width feature on the "space" character).
Out of this, as your work and method is very personal, you're the master on board to "feel" if some glyphs can be improved. But i think you should definitely NOT touch to the a, b, d, g, p, q, which are so innovative and some sort of miraculous for me !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 6th december 2011

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