Eurogramma

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by V. Sarela (Yautja)

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My take on Eurostile... Different proportions and some different designs.

19 Comments

Very professional work here, dear master! Personally, I prefer your alternates designs to the "w" and "y" glyphs. 🙂  Like a joke, If you've done this very good "Eurogramma", it reminds me to fontstruct something simmilar to a "Microstyle" font too... 10/10.

Comment by elmoyenique 28th october 2020

Very pretty curves, seeing they at big size, btw.

Comment by elmoyenique 28th october 2020

Love this font, I wonder how it compares to Eurostile…

I like the angled w and y…

10/10

Comment by Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) 28th october 2020

Thanks. Here is a comparison (I made the original's lowercase a bit bigger to fit this)

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 28th october 2020
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Eurogramma” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 28th october 2020

Congrats on the well-deserved TP…

Comment by Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) 28th october 2020

Great comparative demo pict and great fontstruct. Congratulations!

Comment by elmoyenique 28th october 2020

It's Really Nice Font

Comment by uhtredberg 31st october 2020

excellent

Comment by George Arnold (bufb) 2nd november 2020

thanks for advice...

Comment by lovevsolution01 4th november 2020

10/10

Comment by Better Handwriting 1st december 2020

This is the ultimate Sans-Serif font I've ever seen, excellent work.

Comment by RDTurcios 11th december 2020

Why is the w a turned m?

Comment by Luuk Mölders 16th march 2021

@Luuk Mölders - The better question is: why is the m a turned w?  ;^D

Comment by Goatmeal 16th march 2021

Wow! I love how you did your "w" and "y"!

Comment by DarkGuy572 16th may 2021

Classroom

Comment by aesteb30 19th september 2021

How did you do that?

Comment by SwedishTypeCorporation Mon, 20th december

@SwedishTypeCorporation is there something specific you mean?

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) Tue, 21st december

One thing I can tell is that this uses 2x2 filters, and lots and lots of nudging, as well as custom bricks to get certain angles…

Comment by Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) Tue, 21st december

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