zybaris eYe/FS

by elmoyenique

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I put some alternatives in the LC. You can find a second more classic "a" in the "b" glyph, too.
Info: Created on 22nd November 2012 . Last edited on 30th November 2012.
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    I put some alternatives in the LC. You can find a second more classic "a" in the "b" glyph, too.
    Comment by elmoyenique 30th November 2012
    Comment by elmoyenique 30th November 2012
    Awesome geometric font! Reminiscent of playing with blocks. (Fontstruct blocks, hehehe)
    Comment by Noah (winty5) 30th November 2012
    Very strong; very balanced; very nice! 10/10
    Comment by p2pnut 30th November 2012
    It has classic feel to it :)
    Comment by architaraz 30th November 2012
    @winty5, p2pnut & architaraz: Thank you very much for your comments and support! This is a "little" font (only 2x2,5 bricks in a 2:2 grid), but I love the rounded contours of many of these glyphs. I think it was worth creating them, if only for this. Thanks again.
    Comment by elmoyenique 1st December 2012
    You did a GREAT job of doing this on such a small grid.
    Comment by Noah (winty5) 1st December 2012
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zybaris eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 3rd December 2012
    @winty5: Thanks again. Still fontstructing, please.
    @meek & the FontStruct Staff: Thank you very much for this new pink square, your appreciation is very grateful for me, it makes me a little better learner in the Typography.
    Comment by elmoyenique 3rd December 2012
    Great, who else can produce such strong work within the restraints of a small grid like this? 10/10
    Comment by four 10th January 2013
    @four: Many thanks for your kindly words and support, pal. Btw, one of my first rules in FS was "Few bricks = More job = Try it!". I like to fight in the short distances. Glad you like my work!
    Comment by elmoyenique 10th January 2013