AT Knitka

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Stitch-y inline, bold outline, negative and a letter within a letter. Knitka (Нитка) means thread, rope. Thanks and enjoy.

Info: Created on 25th January 2014 . Last edited on 7th February 2014.
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Comment by architaraz 25th January 2014
Very creative with very high difficulty level.
Comment by djnippa 25th January 2014
I tried something like this... pessimism occurred. 10/10+fav
Comment by j4s13 25th January 2014
No wonder I like it, it's 95% the same as my NCD Mooch Rounded II which I designed in 2008 (based on Mooch by Afrojet)
The upper case is 100% possible.
Comment by djnippa 25th January 2014
Thanks. Filters here are 2x2 (NCD Mooch is smth like 1.8x1.8), and the stacking method is that of Teris, so that letters like c,e,r etc would be possible.
Stitches were created to cover up for some imperfections of Teris's stacking method, but of course this one's not perfect too.
Comment by architaraz 25th January 2014
Comment by architaraz 25th January 2014
That's cool, I realise how you created it. I actually did a test on NCD Mooch (once I'd found it!).
I am very impressed by your thought process. You're design is at a higher level of creativity, as it has the inline. Which is something that would have never even crossed my mind. :)
Comment by djnippa 25th January 2014
Ingenious.
Comment by p2pnut 25th January 2014
soft and round I love IT
like p2pnut said
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 25th January 2014
This is the Jalgas of the Inlinecomp. ;-) Incredible work! I hope you'll do Uppercase...
Comment by ETHproductions 25th January 2014
Fantastic work! (Btw: what is your price for some lessons, please?) Good luck, compañero!
Comment by elmoyenique 25th January 2014
I like how the competitions squeeze even a little more creativity out of fontstructors. Incredible piece of work!
Comment by laynecom 25th January 2014
Indeed a very high skill here
Comment by kix 26th January 2014
my favorite entry so far: clean, ingenious, pretty. this is a winner. 10
Comment by demonics 27th January 2014
Thanks, everybody, you all are very kind :)
Comment by architaraz 28th January 2014
Comment by architaraz 29th January 2014
The deceptive simplicity is captivating.
Comment by thalamic 31st January 2014
amazing entry. it's like magic. good luck.
Comment by funk_king 12th February 2014
Very pretty. It is amazing how you combined bricks to form the pattern you wanted. You certainly have a gift to order bricks to form any shape or form you've imagined, and they always do your bidding. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 18th February 2014
Thalamic, Funk_King and Frodo7, thanks for the feedback!
Comment by architaraz 18th February 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “AT Knitka” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 26th February 2014
Thank you, mr. Meek, for special mentions of Knitka and Steglo.
Comment by architaraz 27th February 2014

I only see the numbers: 1, 4, 6, 8, and 9.

Comment by hahalol2 18th February 2017

I only see the numbers: 1, 4, 6, 8, and 9.

Comment by hahalol2 18th February 2017

add rest of numbers.

Comment by Brynda Mon, 14th August