Published: 4th February, 2014
Last edited: 3rd February, 2014
Created: 17th January, 2014
Only lowercase and minimal punctuation for now...not enough time for a complete set.
The lowercase characters can be layered on the uppercase to get different colored outlines and slashes.
The uppercase contains the characters as the outlines and the internal slashes. The lowercase contains the characters as just the outlines.
The punctuation has the outline only version on the it's key and the slashed version on the SHIFT + key. For example, 2 contains the outline version of @ and SHIFT + 2 contains the slashed version of the @.
Published: 13th September, 2011
Last edited: 6th February, 2012
Created: 12th September, 2011
I think I've completed the glyph. But maybe I will add some glyphs like More Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, etc.
Published: 1st September, 2009
Last edited: 3rd September, 2009
Created: 30th August, 2009
Very loosely based on the work of Piet Mondrian.
The alternative S (igorrossi's) is on the l/c sThis is a clone
Published: 25th May, 2009
Last edited: 24th August, 2012
Created: 23rd May, 2009
I filled it, kix. :) ----- It appears as a clone because that's where it started but every character is built from scratch. kix' brilliant original is an understatement of perfection, using the least amount of bricks for such a grand effect. However, it left not much space inside for any kind of meaningful rendering. Had to quadruple each glyph in order to get enough brick space inside to get some effect going. In the process I came to appreciate the true brilliance of the design and the awesomeness of certain characters. G, for instance. I have scaled everything up, but have not taken any liberties with the shapes—they are true to the original. If a certain glyph is off, it is due to my ineffective eye and not borne out of a desire to change the original. (Point it out, and I'll correct it). Hope you like it. ----- I live in the third-world; it is summer (well, it is here). Consequently, unannounced power outages 2, 5, 8 times a day are standard operating procedure. While/when we have power, my ISP may not. Consequently, unannounced internet outages 3, 4, 7 times a day are standard operating procedure. Out of 24 hours, I get 3, 4 hours of internet access on a good day. Everything everywhere is UPS'd up the wazoo. Still, UPSes need power to recharge. I never know when the computer might shut down or lose the internet connection. Consequently, I have become a master S-pusher. Sorry for the server load, admins. :-)This is a clone