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fontstructing while watching the olympic games
Info: Created on 20th August 2008 . Last edited on 29th August 2008.
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this is a wonderful font. and it would have been voted 10 if the lower case would be not the same as upper case...
Comment by kix 20th August 2008
thank you. though I didn't plan to do lower case letters, I might do a clone someday and add lower case letters. at the moment I can't see how to construct appropriate lower case letters without breaking the concept.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 20th August 2008
Yes, they can be tricksy little swines, can't they. I nearly always start with the l/c because it's easier to go big if you've got a tight form sorted than have to scale down and discover there aint the room!

Hope you can muster the time (and energy) to tackle a l/c. It's a great font.
Comment by intaglio 20th August 2008
Excellent and efficient usage of vertical scaling! The lowercase is doable. You'll need to use brick stacking to make it conform to the design properly. The only glyph that will be a problem is the 's.' (With the exception of a few brick placements, I have an almost identical unreleased version of Olympica. Another instance of great minds thinking alike?... )
Comment by geneus1 21st August 2008
Not to steal your thunder, I just released Futuro to share with you how I approached the lowercase with vertical scaling. Please let me know what you think.
Comment by geneus1 22nd August 2008

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