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A plain vanilla font using a curve I rather liked for the u

Info: Created on 11th July 2019 . Last edited on 17th July 2019.
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Great to see more people trying faux-bezier styles. This looks fantastic! The preview onsite isn't too kind to it so I made a sample.

The only standouts I see are Vv. These might benefit from custom composites, such as building Vv at 1-brick line weight, then compositing to shrink it down to 1/2-weight.

Cheers!

Comment by zephram 11th July 2019

Well its I guess, okay. But needs a lot work still to get it really good looking, I see some glyph outlines are not completely smooth because some bricks didint align with the its neighbors. Also personally I think those curve outlines themselves could be much smoother. ;)

Comment by Sed4tives 12th July 2019

wow that's cool

Comment by Echo Heo (bluemon) 12th July 2019

This reminds me of my own font that I made on a vector-based program! It looks alright, but you need something new for the R and %, in my opinion :)

Comment by Maxi . (q_Maxi_p) 18th July 2019

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