fs Intaglish

by thalamic

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The name is derived from this fontstruction trying to emulate the intaglio style.
Info: Created on 29th August 2009 . Last edited on 7th June 2010.
License Creative Commons
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what on earth could I do to it that wouldn't wreck it! -itag
Comment by thalamic 12th March 2010
Comment by thalamic 16th March 2010
Wonderful semi-serif. Brilliant pixel potential. Nom de plume of a creative collaboration, or a ticklish title?

Must be seen up close to appreciate the beautifully balanced proportions. May I humbly suggest an h more like the n? And tighter intersection for the k as an alternate?

So many levels of awesome . . .
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 16th March 2010
Your level of scrutiny is even better than mine: How could I have missed that h! A oversight leftover from numerous alterations. I'm not sure what you mean tighter intersection for the k, so I added a few alternates at the end. Fixed the e while at it.

As for the name, I did ask Mr. Intaglio for his magical input, but he graciously declined in the first comment above. (it appears as a self comment because he was logged-in as me at the time.)

Updated sample to reflect the changes.
Comment by thalamic 16th March 2010
Again a classic ! I am definitely a fan of your work ! You are preceeding your fontstructions by fs, does it mean that you also make fonts out of Fontstruct ? If so, I would be very VERY interested in seeing them !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 16th March 2010
Sooo great! congrats.
Comment by Sergio Berkenbrock (gray.scale) 17th March 2010
Thanks for the likes, n.e and g.s.

@neurone error: Not just all of mine, but all the fonts on this website are created using the FontStructor. I just add fs to the beginning of each to make it easy for me to find them in Photoshop (because they get grouped together). Your wish to see all FontStructed fonts is, therefore, granted. By default. :-)
Comment by thalamic 17th March 2010
Comment by thalamic 31st October 2010
This is really a beautiful and thoughtfully-considered FS. How is it not a top pick? It's hard to judge it by the alphabet view... the proof is when it's body text.
Comment by fugitiveglue 31st October 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs Intaglish” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 8th December 2010
Thanks for the Top Pick of this long-forgotten, but quite loved fontstruction, Rob. :-)
Comment by thalamic 9th December 2010
How much I like this kind of trade... Thanks.
Comment by elmoyenique 9th December 2010
Hi beautiful fonts very similar to what I'm looking for but can not find anywhere. Maybe someone knows him?
I do not know if this is the right section to ask.
Comment by M6115 6th July 2011
@M6115: You might try typophile.com’s type id board, or there’s always whatthefont.com for slightly more instantaneous feedback. ;^)

Though, it looks like what you are asking for is two fairly generic pixel faces. They lack organization, but you still might find what you are looking for here.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 6th July 2011

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