Macromolecular

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Great passion in chemistry has led me to create this rather geeky font face. I'm also sorry for missing uppercase - even this was too much to complete.
Info Created on 1st June 2013 . Last edited on 2nd June 2013.
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Comment by D-Sheep 1st June 2013
Some of the characters are difficult to read but forget that. Such brilliant concept.
Comment by thalamic 1st June 2013
One of the most exciting entries. I'm in awe, even if i second Thalamic on some legibility issues.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 1st June 2013
Thanks to both of you, guys. I know that a few glyphs like 'r' or 'k' are crap, but i didn't want to change the chemistry markup rules too much. anyway, if you look from a distance, the general shapes do show up. I really tried my best.
Comment by D-Sheep 1st June 2013
Wow! I was into chemistry back in high school, but it seems I've forgotten everything, except for that benzene (o) maybe. Terrific!!! FAV!
Comment by architaraz 1st June 2013
Clever and creative, I like it! It's not as legible (as thalamic said) but it's beautiful, never mind legibility ;)
Comment by Umbreon126 1st June 2013
Great concept and nice font. Work on it, please.
Comment by elmoyenique 1st June 2013
A clever concept ... perhaps it might be more legible without the word connectors. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 2nd June 2013
A very interesting concept, very creative. I remember that my chemistry teacher loved to write meter-long chains. With this font I can do that, too.
Comment by Aeolien 2nd June 2013
@D-Sheep - I agree with p2pnut. As a fellow chemist, I say remove those carbon connectors to separate the molecules! :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 2nd June 2013
Firstly, thanks to all of you for the praise.

@Goatmeal - the font was designed so that it can be a legit entry in the current competition. I agree with everyone, that you wouldn't probably use it often because of the bad character recognition.
I might make a clone aside the competition with no links and probably a bit taller (comp. rules...). It can also be completely overhauled to a more hexagonal font to improve legibility, but then it wouldn't be as chemical as it is now. And moreover, omitting the links would mean losing a reason to name it "Macromolecular".
Comment by D-Sheep 2nd June 2013
@D-Sheep - You're right. I saw that in your description after I hit the submit button. Good luck in the contest! :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 2nd June 2013
Such a genius!!! Not so care about the legibility, you've done an amazing job :)
Comment by cablecomputer 3rd June 2013
Great job. Chemistry would seem very interesting. 10/10.
Comment by Isaiah Garcia 3rd June 2013
It just goes to show that my Chemistry teacher was right when he told me "you'll never make a chemist!" (I must admit that my reply didn't impress him much ... "I don't want to be a chemist, sir").
Comment by p2pnut 3rd June 2013
Really love the idea behind this one!
Comment by four 4th June 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Macromolecular” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 4th July 2013
If you want read it, you can read far from your computer :)
Comment by rizal14 31st July 2013
OMG, what a wonderful unforgettable chemical madness‼
Comment by arseniiv 9th November 2013

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