tm - and Build

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This fs was started in January 2012. I didn't remember that of course, I just checked the created date. Similarly, who-the-fun can remember what the inspiration was for it. All I know is that it has gone through many iterations to reach this state. It only uses the one square brick but oh so many of them. Even though all it contains are straight lines, still a pain to build brick by square brick. I am so glad it is over. I will not be doing much more than this on it. Bye bye, Build. Pester someone else.


Comment by minimum 2nd june 2015
Great fun - I love those commas :)
Comment by p2pnut 2nd june 2015
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “tm - and Build” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 3rd june 2015
Congratulations on the TP,this font is so much fun! The P--R combination is wonderful and the commas and Q so clever.
Comment by Aeolien 3rd june 2015
Awesome piece of work. I absolutely love the Q :-)
Comment by laynecom 3rd june 2015
Very nice pixel work. I especially like the scaffolding and the underground constructions at Q, coma, and semicolon. Consider adding cranes for special characters, e.g. hash, parenthesis, etc.
Comment by Frodo7 7th june 2015
Thank you, all.
Sorry for such late reply.
I really do appreciate all your comments.
Thanks again.
Comment by minimum 25th september 2015

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