Hexample LDR

by Neoqueto

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Another item in the collection of typefaces based on hexagons. Now there's only a single row of hexagonal, mostly lowercase letters that, with exception for I's and X-es, nearly collide with each other, almost touching their rightmost and leftmost corners. Since it's not possible to adjust letter width with accuracy of a fraction of a single column, the space character is very narrow - in order to give ability to manually adjust the desired spacing between the letters, especially when they overlap each other. Who cares anyway? It's a display font (not suitable for reading, composing long paragraphs, etc.) and it's a shame if one doesn't play a bit with the letter spacing when designing a logotype. Am I right? Sure I am. Gonna come up with some cool samples 。◕‿‿◕。


Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 8th november 2012
Comment by Evgeny Koroletov (WHAT) 9th november 2012
This is really cool! My font, Quark, is also a hex font, although I didn't quite try to make it one, check it out. 10/10
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 18th november 2012
@winty5 // Please stop advertising your fonts on other people's pages.
Comment by demonics 18th november 2012
@demonics: I wasn't trying to, sorry.
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 22nd november 2012

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