by Noah (winty5)

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This font is craaaazy! xD I wanted to make a font that looked cracked, and I also wanted to make a font that was rounded, so I just combined the two and got this. Dedicated to Abneurone Fluid Types. :) Thanks AFT! Lowercase only, need to finish numbers/punctuation. Work in progress, suggestions welcome.
Info: Created on 23rd November 2012 . Last edited on 23rd November 2012.
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For a kid you get amazing ressources. Sure the realization lacks of maturity (what is normal regarding your age) and balance, and some glyphs are less convincing than others (you really have a problem with the J), but the global style is definitely great and personal. Keep exploring and being enthousiast as you are.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 23rd November 2012
You should check out the fonts of Bismuth ( find his page on "everything" section) who was about your age last year and published some extraordinary works in my opinion, even forgetting his age, and we had cool interactions. For me the most impressive and inventive kid we had here.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 23rd November 2012
@AFT: Thanks, you are VERY right about the J. My hardest letters are always J, K, and X. I will check out Bismuth, he sounds pretty cool.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 24th November 2012

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