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introducing a new brick scale system:
h 2.0
v 1.11

this allows smooth gradiation from roundings to diagonals

i know the z might look strange on first look but a straight line would break the concept
Info: Created on 22nd May 2009 . Last edited on 19th June 2009.
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Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 22nd May 2009
This is cool. I love the m, n, s, w, and z.

You missed the m at the bottom of your sample. :)
Comment by aphoria 23rd May 2009
Great exploration, Saber. I had attempted something similar at 2:1.15 but could not develop an entire set from it. This one is tricky. Good work!
Comment by geneus1 23rd May 2009
very inspiring!
Comment by cayo 19th June 2009
i like the adds a strong character.good work dude.
Comment by priyankabajaj 4th July 2009

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