Numbat

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Paperclip meets Flexi Pixel
Info: Created on 7th March 2012 . Last edited on 24th March 2012.
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good job! a to be TP for me
Comment by regular_one 24th March 2012
Well done!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 24th March 2012
I like the mouvement of the squares. Have you see the works of Frodo7 using the rotation of the square to produce curves and suggest movement? You can see some of it here: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/482622 ... but all his job is excellent, I recommend it to you. My 10 2U.
Comment by elmoyenique 24th March 2012
Nice work! 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 25th March 2012
Very nice! Good use of diagonal bricks. 10/10
Comment by cablecomputer 25th March 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Numbat” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 27th March 2012
@regular_one, Yautja, elmoyenique, p2pnut: thanks again for your positive feedback!
@elmoyenique: Thanks, I had a good look at Frodo7's font, a great piece of work. Like him, I had to work at quite a large scale to make the level and tilted squares look of equal size as much as possible (each level square is 9 bricks wide and high).
@meek: thanks for TP!
Comment by four 27th March 2012
Amazing work.
Comment by EagleSoar97 1st April 2012
Extreemly Good!
Well Done!
Just as a tip I think that you could improove your "w"
Comment by hopps12 6th April 2012
What's the technique for that square-rotate thing??
Comment by anonymous-479865 16th April 2012
This would probably also work without using filters, but I have gotten into a habit of working with the 2x2 setting, as it allows for more flexibility when trying to find solutions down the line...
Comment by four 17th April 2012
COOL..........
Comment by anonymous-479865 21st April 2012
I also like how my avatar is directly under hopps12's, showing good compare & contrast. :)
Comment by anonymous-479865 21st April 2012
Nice work m8
Comment by Gerby 11th May 2012