fs AUGHT Three

by thalamic
Cloned from fs AUGHT One by thalamic.

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Yet another version that came while modifying AUGHT One to AUGHT To. And believe it or not, in the process of doing these three fonts, enough additional glyphs were created and deleted to fill at least two more variants. This is why the Clone is enabled again so someone else might experiment some more, if they so choose.
Info: Created on 1st November 2009 . Last edited on 4th November 2009.
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Comment by thalamic 4th November 2009
All the Aught variations are delightful ... and such a great sample :)
Comment by p2pnut 4th November 2009
This is turning out to be a really unique, fantastically odd and delightful family, Thal. Great work.
Comment by afrojet 4th November 2009
Love all the versions...the sample is awesome too!
Comment by aphoria 4th November 2009
Beautiful! 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 4th November 2009
Really really nice font that provides inspiration !!! The 5 is quite strange and the Y bother me a little.

but it's a great job !
Comment by zen_killa 4th November 2009
Thanks, everyone. :-)
Modified the sample a bit. The G was off one pixel for AUGHT Three...and it was bothering me. Heh.

@zen_killa: The Y and 5 are certainly the odds one out. Couldn't think of anything else for those two. Maybe someone else will find better solutions for them.
Comment by thalamic 4th November 2009

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