Script Town

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this is 1 of 3 scripts i had already done before the comp that i could have (i guess) entered, but decided not to and do something new. just wanted to share :)
Info Created on 6th August 2012 . Last edited on Today, 2:36 AM.
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Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 25th July 2013
Nothing like a tasty funk_king script face! The uppercase is a hot pan of cinnamon rolls fresh from the oven. Very tactile. I want to uncurl them to discover their gooey centers.

One critique, the m and n are quite unique/unusual in this context. The thickness of the connecting stroke dominates these characters which also gives them the appearance of having an extra shoulder (in comparison to v, w, especially). But then I like how the m evokes these little “musical note” terminals sprinkled throughout. A niggling detail the mere ironing out of which might dampen this one’s spirit.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 25th July 2013
Very sweet! You know you did something right if the first comment is a top pick.
Comment by laynecom 25th July 2013
Beautiful (as ever). 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 25th July 2013
A beautiful script! The ball terminals give this a very musical feel indeed. How about an alternate m and n without connectors to give users the choice between consistency and better legibility?
Comment by four 25th July 2013
I like the funk within this font. 10/10 and a favorite.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 25th July 2013
I like the feel of this script, looks funky and cute but professional at the same time! 10/10

Agree with four, not sure about "m" and "n" legibility.
Comment by cablecomputer 25th July 2013
Very funky,psychedelic, and cool!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 25th July 2013
Thanks, Mr. Meek. I appreciate the TP. It's been awhile, but always very nice. and thanks, my fellows for you comments and feedback. I will look closer at the suggestions soon. great to be back, although i was never really away:)
Comment by funk_king 27th July 2013
Nothing like a tasty funk_king script face! The uppercase is like the wavy hair of a hot model fresh from the curling iron. Very tactile. I want to run my fingers through them then lather, rinse, and repeat.

One critique: the capital J, although adhering to the the consistency of the thickness of all left-bearing stems, reveals a lowercase j with a stronger stem that overpowers it. The cap J would benefit from a thickening to match the lowercase j as well as the addition of a descending hook at the bottom. Another observation of unique/unusual occurrences lies in the curves where the stem of the T meet the top bar - which seems a little uncharacteristic, and the curly cue of the capital O - which may befit a similar treatment as the lowercase o in place of the sharp edge under the loop. But those are minor. Great to see you back, fk!
Comment by geneus1 27th July 2013
slain. X)
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 27th July 2013
Great font!
Comment by elmoyenique 28th July 2013
a little late... but thanks gene, will and elmo. gene, i implemented your feedback and like the results. thanks :)
Comment by funk_king 27th August 2013

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