ObviOusfOnt

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Info: Created on 11th March 2019 . Last edited on 15th March 2019.
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I don't like my lower case 'a'. Please make suggestions :)

Comment by jonrgrover 13th March 2019

Lower the height of the right half by 2 bricks... (1 brick = 1 grid square)

Comment by anonymous-1520403 13th March 2019

N is a bit illegible

Comment by JingYo 13th March 2019

Its a tricky one mate. one option might be to extend the right side all the way to the top to create some sense of extra flesh in the bottom of the glyph, giving you perhaps a chance to open it up a bit, making some sort of a legs idea, like you did with R.

Comment by Sed4tives 13th March 2019

Oh I have to learn reading better, I completely mixed op lowercase and uppercase. So nevermind my worthless suggestion! #oops

Comment by Sed4tives 13th March 2019
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “ObviOusfOnt” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 14th March 2019

Congrats! Awesome strong-looking design this is. :D

Comment by zephram 14th March 2019

Thank you, thank you @meek. My first top pick!

Comment by jonrgrover 14th March 2019

@Jon Congrats!

Comment by anonymous-1520403 14th March 2019

Some glyphs and variations are in Garabatuss...

Comment by santiagohernandz Fri, 13th September

So what? You think you're the first to create ANY of those shapes?

Comment by zephram Sat, 14th September

Tha several here yes. Example: googleben1, in Fezian, and splash.

Comment by santiagohernandz Sun, 15th September

A font is greater than the sum of its letters. Fonts are usually focused on what the words and sentences made from them look like rather than the individual letters.

Comment by jonrgrover Mon, 16th September

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