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The idea for this font came to me when I was playing around with the bricks. The name for this font comes from the flowing motion of each letter.
Info: Created on 25th May 2014 . Last edited on 31st May 2014.
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Comment by Chris Burgess (maneman) 31st May 2014
Great font so far! x is way too thick in the middle, and z and 7 are too wide.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 31st May 2014
Thanks winty5! After I made the x, I realized how thick it was, but I wasn't sure how to fix that. Same problem with the z and 7. I only had a certain width to work with.
Comment by Chris Burgess (maneman) 31st May 2014
A good start - with the few flaws mentioned.

I got frustrated by the limitations imposed by working on small grids, which is why I moved to the freedom of grids around the 50 brick high mark.
Comment by p2pnut 1st June 2014

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