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Another leap toward the elusive subtractive Boolean.
Each character consists of nine bricks arranged in a 3 x 3, filtered and scaled, composite-stack matrix. Insane levels of smooth detail result.
This filtered, subtractive stacking technique extends those first published here.
Enjoy a private clone to grok my unknown approach. The possibilities are endless...


Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 2nd november 2013
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 2nd november 2013
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 2nd november 2013
Comment by elmoyenique 2nd november 2013
Comment by Houlaiziaa 3rd november 2013
Fs Classic. Genius technique. Awesome glyphs (especially asterisk).
Comment by kassymkulov 3rd november 2013
Thanks, gentlemen.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 3rd november 2013
Another next level font from you. It took some time to get my mind around this, but when I did I was even more impressed. Excellent technique!
Comment by laynecom 3rd november 2013
You're trying each time not only to try a new technique, but to Reinvent the Fontstructor itself ! Sometimes it's not favouriting the final style, but not there, we can feel your personal "roundish" approach of blackletter, which makes understand why you so like Intaglio work.
Maybe it could appear pretentious to my numerous detractors, but to build my impossible shapes while never using Bézier, i also defy everyday the Fontstrusctor and find ways to pervert it to reach my purpose, even if it is in a much less "controlled" and programmatic way than yours. But the shapes and styles i develop could simply not exist with a programmatic construction. There IS a controlling phase but which came AFTER a 1st phase where all means and even the more "criminal" regarding typographic classic standards are used and tried out to push the esthetic to unexpectable territories, and then, and then only comes the HARD phase which demands so many hours, months, even years of reworking, to reach a nirvanic state where these impossible styles and shapes "miraculously" function in a quasi "regular" usable way, even if for this you have to forget for a moment 70 years or so of Helvetica dictatorship.
Strangely, contrarily to you, it's my low, very basic comprehension of the Fontstructor which makes me often find unexpected ways of using FS and be creative also in my way of using the Fontstructor to create my little coherent worlds.
(To express my low FS technical level, i still do not understand how you and some others can make composites in another way that the classic simple method using only original fontstuctor's standard bricks in a 2x1 or 2x2 cases grid without the possibility to use any blank, which makes 90% of the composite you're producing impossible... Hopefully some of the highest composite experts (You, Intaglio, DJ Nippa, Nazlfrag, Tomoalien, etc.) offered some clonable works to allow people with my technical level to use some of these incredible miniature composites anyaway. By stacking them, and sometimes even "per se" i could generally reach the very shapes i needed! Be thanked a million times for it.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 3rd november 2013
Good to see another font by you and a very impressive one at that, turning everything inside out and sculpting some beautifully unique and seemingly unfontstructable glyphs out of negative space. I have cloned this to look at the glyphs and admire your process and inventive use of stacking. I suppose font design software could lift them out of their circular shapes to create a positive version should you want to.
Comment by four 3rd november 2013
It's impossible ... it's never done in FS ... Ahhhhhh! ... it's will.i.ૐ at work again.

I bow (deeply) to your ever inventive and always challenging talents. 10/10+++++++++++++++
Comment by p2pnut 3rd november 2013
Pushing the bounds of creativity, as always.
P.S. I would give a 100/10 if I could.
Comment by Evie Atarax (j4s13) 3rd november 2013
Woah. This is another instance of "Hey guys. Let's see just how far this FontStruct thingy will go! And let's post the results on the internet!". But the style is... well... weird for me. 9/10.
Comment by RussianGuy 3rd november 2013
This is just ridiculous.
Comment by chr.s 3rd november 2013
...In the best possible way.
Comment by chr.s 3rd november 2013
This is utterly amazing. A beautiful design. :)
Comment by sarreyn 3rd november 2013
@chr.s Like ridiculously amazing?
Comment by Evie Atarax (j4s13) 3rd november 2013
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 3rd november 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs UnStruct” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 4th november 2013
@Williaum & Others : Sorry for my ridiculous egocentric input
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 4th november 2013
To have the will.i.ૐ mind.
Comment by thalamic 4th november 2013
Ingenious :)
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 5th november 2013
I love your work
you carete fancy glyph with simple design.

another stong font
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 9th november 2013
It always intrigues me how you continue to note features that we do not have, then amass your creations as if we have always had them. Fractional filters and scaling abound, with meticulously composited bricks that I've never seen before. Veritably educational in form and function. How do you keep track of all of those bricks and maintain your sanity?
Comment by geneus1 9th november 2013


Comment by brynda1231 17th october 2016

I'm so jealous...


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