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Info: Created on 20th June 2012 . Last edited on 20th June 2012.
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Nice work! Seeing this font I would scream: "The 70's are alive!" My 10 2U
Comment by elmoyenique 20th June 2012
Very distinctive ... I especially love that E and the &. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 21st June 2012
Ah... beatiful! The connected S and T makes the sense :) 10/10
Comment by cablecomputer 21st June 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Lenta” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 21st June 2012
@elmoyenique, p2pnut, cablecomputer:
Thanks! I actually agree with everything you all mentioned :)

@meek:
Thanks for this 15th star meek, really makes me happy.
Comment by architaraz 21st June 2012
Great, gives me that roundabout feeling!
Comment by four 21st June 2012
I love following the arrows.
Comment by thalamic 21st June 2012
Seeing how many of your concepts are massively based on them, i can't imagine the frustration you would have feeled at the time we had no arc bricks ( and of course neigher stacks nor composite )!
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 21st June 2012
@four & thalamic:
Thanks! I've also added tags round and arrow.

@Abneurone Fluid Types:
Thanks! So it's good that I registered here when these features were available :). But glyphs like H, I, K etc would look a bit different if these bricks were available:
Comment by architaraz 22nd June 2012
Very cool! I love this. :-)
Comment by SquarePeg 22nd June 2012
for now those glyphs are available only through composite making
Comment by rj10328 29th June 2012
Do u mind if i use this font on my youtube bg, i will give u credit
Comment by zmckay 29th June 2012
Do u mind if i use this font on my youtube bg, i will give u credit
Comment by zmckay 29th June 2012
@zmckay:
No problem, use it as you like :)
Comment by architaraz 29th June 2012
@rj10328:

I don't think house brick is possible in 2x2. What I mean is I couldn't do this:
Comment by architaraz 30th June 2012
Wait... There was a time when there were no arc bricks?!
Comment by truth14ful 30th June 2012
Thx
Comment by zmckay 30th June 2012
like this a lot
Comment by kix 17th July 2012
Im not sure if you mean that you cant make this brick, if so in my next comment there will be a image showing 3 ways on how to make this brick:
Comment by rj10328 23rd July 2012
Comment by rj10328 23rd July 2012
sorry, here is a full image:
http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/3227/composite.png
Comment by rj10328 23rd July 2012
@rj10328
I don't think you understood me. Look in the image, If I had that brick (outlined in red), at 2x2 it would give me the desired result I want. Here:
Comment by architaraz 23rd July 2012
ahh is see your filters are at 2, yes that brick is not possible then, if Font Struck would allow infinite composites then we could be going somewhere
Comment by rj10328 23rd July 2012

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