3D Cubical

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This font is my first 3D font, so If you see anything, please point out AS MANY MISTAKES AS POSSIBLE! I don't care if it's extremely obvious, show it to me. I have been also noticing that some letters cause a "vortex", combining itself with the next letters. This has been happening especially with the "R", "O", and sometimes the period. This is annoying because I WORKED SO HARD ON IT!
Info: Created on 17th March 2015 . Last edited on 19th March 2015.
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Hey guys! This is my 5th font, and my 1st 3D font! Hope you like it! Also... I can't seem to figure out the "vortex" problem and I will probably add more characters later.
Comment by SilverfishJockey 19th March 2015
Nice 3d font. Some of the lines on the left sides of V/X/Y/2/8 should have diagonal angles. Also you could probably switch the Z and 2.
As for the "vortex" problem: you probably have misplaced the "letter width" guide (just press W and move the green line). Hope this helps!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 19th March 2015
Thanks, Yautja! I tried my best to switch the "Z" and "2" around, and I think that worked! But I tried deleting the width line. Before I saw it not knowing how I had brought that up. I don't think the V, X, Y, 2, or 8 need any fixing. Not sure if I solved the vortex problem. Thanks again!
Comment by SilverfishJockey 19th March 2015
Nice box shapes :) It is quite tricky to get the 3D perspectives right; on first look I noticed the D,J,K,V,Z,8.

Looking at the overlapping letters: in 'expert mode' go to 'menu'-> 'view'-> 'letter width' and look for the thick green vertical line on the right side of your letters. If that line sits on a letter the following letter will overlap. Drag the line manually to whatever you use as the distance from the furthest right pixel or edge of all your other letters' right sides. Note: the thick green line automatically keeps 1pixel distance from the glyph's last black pixel, this is adequate for most fonts. The other way of getting letters to overlap would be to set them to the left of the blue vertical line.

Comment by Aeolien 19th March 2015
Glad you like it! I didn't know what expert mode was at first. On a previous discussion, I pressed "W" to try and remove the "width" line, so I can try and see if it's still there of if I can see about the expert mode! Thanks!
Comment by SilverfishJockey 19th March 2015
A good pixel 3D - keep up the good work :)
Comment by p2pnut 20th March 2015
Thank you p2pnut for the appreciation and support for my fonts. I'm glad you like this one!
Comment by SilverfishJockey 20th March 2015

N-R have bad spacing..

Comment by Brynda 26th May 2017

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