by JacksonRees

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University project exploring the theme of 'dynamic' and how it relates to the city of Bristol.
Info: Created on 8th November 2009 . Last edited on 16th November 2009.
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Whatever University you guys all seem to be coming from, it's certainly picked the right people.
Superb detailed work, and with a lower case to boot. You really went for it. Excellent stuff.
Comment by djnippa 8th November 2009
I could only repeat djnippa: superb artwork with fine details. Very impressive. It must have been a major effort to plan, design and build the glyphs. The professors at Bower Ashton Campus (?) have done a good job. And so did you. 10/10

P.S.: Did you know that you are at least the second FS member from UWE, Bristol? Do you know JoeAllison?
Comment by Frodo7 8th November 2009
Your work is simply spectacular! It certainly deserves all the 10 scores it is receiving, including mine.
Comment by fontcollector 8th November 2009
This is stunning...great job.
Comment by aphoria 9th November 2009
love it! Great detail love the idea let us know what mark you get.
Comment by DefineYann 9th November 2009
love it! Great detail love the idea let us know what mark you get.
Comment by DefineYann 9th November 2009
this is more than marvelous. i am in awe of your ability to digitize your visualizations. you have been able to industrialize each glyph in a very organic and original way. the elements that repeat give the font cohesiveness, but there is a wonderful abstractness and randomness. sensational and congrats.
Comment by funk_king 9th November 2009
i cloned and looked at the inner workings here. amazing that you use 1x1 filter to do this. that alone makes it a tremendous technical achievement already. you may want to change your license to prevent cloning once you have completed the set, but thanks for sharing :)
Comment by funk_king 9th November 2009
Comment by Iamboredrightnow 9th November 2009
This would rank with the best under any circumstances. That it is your first FStruction, and bearing in mind the limitations of the FS brick set, it is a great achievement.

We can only give you a maximum of 10, but with work of this level you should be heading for a First class degree.
Comment by p2pnut 9th November 2009
pretty amazing...babe, still think you should have come to start the bus. haha
Comment by something-0 9th November 2009
Fantastic work! Any plans to design the missing characters?
Comment by gferreira_admin 9th November 2009
Thank you for all the feedback guys, greatly appreciated!

Frodo7, I've been told that Joe Allison is in the year above us and they did the same Fontstruct project that we have been set. This was the first project we were set for the course and my first shot at type design, so I'm very flattered by the replies!

And I'll be working on finishing the missing letters and making some alterations over the next few days!
Comment by JacksonRees 10th November 2009
looks like we can't dl this beauty. you may have to end up splitting uc and lc into separate files - that might work, unless even your separated files are too large. i would recommend and initial test - make a clone and delete uc or lc, filling in any missing glyphs and try to dl. if that doesn't work...well try that first :)
Comment by funk_king 10th November 2009
great great font. actually i have trouble downloading it. is there anywhere else i can find your creation?

thanks and "bravo" again!
Comment by balthoche 3rd December 2009

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