Crazy Eights

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by LexKominek

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A full set of playing card dingbats including a joker and a card back.
Info: Created on 9th April 2008 . Last edited on 22nd June 2009.
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OMG
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th April 2008
Amazing.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th April 2008
I'm in awe. (@o@)
Comment by pauldhunt 10th April 2008
Original idea, and extremely well executed! :)
Comment by Roger S. Nelsson 10th April 2008
So the question is: why is this only rated at 7.6? Perhaps people aren't downloading and judging at a proper size.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th April 2008
I'm convinced people are lowballing in an attempt to keep their own fonts higher in the queue.
Comment by pauldhunt 10th April 2008
If that's true, the behavior will have less of an affect as FontStruct gets more visitors (and raters).
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th April 2008
Love it and downloaded it :3
Comment by Rudiger 11th April 2008
really great!
Comment by caZpa 22nd April 2008
Amazing! I love the joker.

I really hope people aren't judging fonts by the preview size.

That's like saying a certain font is junk before you even print out a specimen.
Comment by Unlogik 24th April 2008
im new here. how do you actually use the font?
Comment by dlom 24th April 2008
Thanks for making this the featured download :-)


P.S. dlom - Check the FAQ: http://fontstruct.com/faq/fonts/how_do_i_install_the_fonts_which_i_make_with_fontstruct

As for the actual cards, A-M is spades, N-Z is hearts, a-m is clubs, and n-z is diamonds. 0 is the joker and 1 is the card back.
Comment by LexKominek 25th April 2008
I would LOVE to use these as a graphics set on iSolitaire for the iPhone... would you mind if I used them and gave you 100% credit in the pack?
Comment by RightOn 1st May 2008
As long as you're not selling the graphics pack for money, go right ahead.
Comment by LexKominek 1st May 2008
P.S. Read the license for full info. You'll have to release your graphics set under the same license because it's a Share Alike license.
Comment by LexKominek 1st May 2008
*thumbsup*
Comment by schuhbaerd 2nd May 2008
W.O.W. Amazing!!!! And so much detail in the picture cards ;) Well done!!
Comment by Pingpong4497 20th September 2009
Fantastic set, very impressive. Congrats !
Comment by igorrossi 21st September 2009
SOOOOOOOOOO COOOOOOOOOOL!
Comment by hanami.lola 31st March 2010

so EASY sucks

Comment by 139s39 Wed, 27th March

Maybe if you saw the clip of how I made it, you'd appreciate it more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

Comment by LexKominek Fri, 29th March

Don't click on it!

That's the RickRoll Troll Video...

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