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finally nailed a perfect circle
Info: Created on 3rd March 2013 . Last edited on Mon, 1st April.
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Awesome! I could see that being used in posters or logos.
Comment by ilnf 4th March 2013
Thanks!
Comment by time.peace 5th March 2013
Amazingly well done! Love the shape of p q except the vertical stems are a bit thick. 100/10
Comment by demonics 5th March 2013
Great! Only the "4" seems strange...
An absolute 10/10
Comment by cablecomputer 5th March 2013
wow 10/10
Comment by Isaac González (1saac) 6th March 2013
Beautiful! Some of the vertical strokes look a bit too thick ... h, k, p, q. I would also widen the Word Space. Still, well worth a 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 7th March 2013
Nice compositing! Good work!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 2nd May 2013

Master of perfect curves. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 23rd August 2016

@cablecomputer Agreed but the U,V,u and v are all identical. Very confusing for words like "uvula"

Comment by spider257 4th October 2016

Very crafty stuff here, nicely done...

That being said, I did notice some minor copy/paste errors !!

Some glyphs have one brick missing, this was probably the result of drag and dropping glyph segments.

- The letters 'f, j, r and t' have a single missing brick at the end of their terminal or tail.

- The letter 'm' is missing a single brick at its left shoulder whereas 'w' is missing that same brick in its left bowl at the bottom.

- The letter 'x' has this same problem at its top bowl curve.

- The arm and legg of the letter 'k' also dont exactly overlap, making the crossbar stroke looking slightly too thick compared to the rest.

- The following glyphs have this issue as well: 'Less-than, greater-than, circumflex and curling brackets' these got disrupted at the spot where the two copied curve segments touch.

The one small thing I personally don't like that much, which is,

The amount to which the crossbar for 3 and extends. But this is just a matter of taste!

Apart from this its a very well executed piece of work.

cheers

Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 26th January

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