Wouldstock Alternate 1.0

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Info: Created on 7th January 2012 . Last edited on 5th February 2013.
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5 Comments

I think I like this alternate version , but I didn't get the concept of choosing black areas, and why some don't have that at all )
10/10
Comment by architaraz 7th January 2012
thanks for the vote!
i really don'i have a concept for the black areas – any tip appreciated. and it don't have to be a concept just on a gut level.
Comment by regular_one 9th January 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Wouldstock Alternate 1.0” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 17th January 2012
Thank you for the top pick!
Comment by regular_one 18th January 2012
I think your new updates make it look more organic, less mechanical, and it's a good thing, especially the Lowercase which became more irregular, a quirky mix of stone age and electronic age feel. That would be also like this that i personally would have made it evolve.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 30th January 2012

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