Clover2

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by onimtsunari
Cloned from Clover by onimtsunari.

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Clone of Clover. The capital letters doesn't look nice in my previous one. So I do some correction on it.
Info: Created on 23rd April 2010 . Last edited on 26th April 2010.
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great improvements from the original. both are outstanding. this set provides more 'order,' but your first set definitely has loads of personality and characters. this is really visionary work. and technically very advanced. congratulations. you are far from being a beginner already.
Comment by funk_king 25th April 2010
Stunning work. A vastly improved version, and a very nice pixel interpretation of Times New Roman. 10/10.
'j' looks a little dark. Maybe lift the pattern up a touch to balance it out.
Comment by djnippa 25th April 2010
.....and also make the SPACE key about half the width of your capital. As currently the space between the letters is very tight.
Comment by djnippa 25th April 2010
What amazing confidence and skill shown in this beautiful design. definitely 10/10.

However, I agree with djnippa about the word spacing. Hope this helps ... For Word Space: Go to 'space' (between lower case and numbers) and then open Advanced/View/Letter Width. Set the space, by trial and error, checking it in Preview.
Comment by p2pnut 25th April 2010
Thanks all, I am much appreciate of your comments and advice.

I have made a correction of 'j' and the capital letter space.
Comment by onimtsunari 26th April 2010
This design is so good that it really needs the finishing touches that will make it a useable font.

Below I have shown where to adjust the word spacing ... and what the end result will be.
Comment by p2pnut 26th April 2010
Comment by p2pnut 26th April 2010
oh...I thought is tracking.Thank you for the information.I have changed it.
Comment by onimtsunari 26th April 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Clover2” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 26th April 2010
Well done - a very worthy Top Pick :)
Comment by p2pnut 26th April 2010
Quite amazing. Genuine artistry and craftmanship here. Thank you for sharing this!
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 26th April 2010
pardon my gushing. this is such an amazing work. the embroidery effect is outstanding. you have created an 'illustrated type' that is evocative of type from an illustrated manuscript and the appearance of crosses also adds to that theme - although i guess that is really clover. but still, isn't clover a religious symbol? this is also one of the more organic-looking fonts on fontstruct - it doesn't have a bricky look (not that there's anything wrong with that) and the internal shapes seen very natural. although i admire the quirky X and Y, maybe consider doing a 'regular' ascender with serif, at some point (keeping both in the set). this is really astounding work.
Comment by funk_king 27th April 2010
also as a newbie, you may or may not be aware that the license you have chosen allows anyone to clone your font. some may innocently look at it to learn your technique. others may love it so much and clone it, only changing the name. it could be worse. they may share or keep the clone private. while the cloning feature is a great collaborative tool here at fontstruct, sometimes it might allow for a font to be exploited unknowingly. it's the good, the bad, and the ugly here at fontstruct :) a cloned font still retains its original author. the problem really isn't cloning per se. although copy and paste has been a tremendous asset here at fs, the ability to copy and paste between files and cloning can be a dangerous mix for some. you decide, at least be aware. somebody who really wants to steal you work beyond the gift already being given is pretty much a vacuum anyway. but it's important to protect your work and remain aware of potential risks. you put way too much work into this beauty for anyone to claim it but you.
Comment by funk_king 27th April 2010
I am honor to get this Top Pick.

oh my...I don't realise the license problem. I doubt that why p2pnut can show me my font.(But I know that you all are good person). :D

Default setting
~font can be clone by other user.OK, I already changed it into No Derivatives.
Comment by onimtsunari 27th April 2010
You have a great eye for the glyphs. The curves and the angles don't get more perfect than this.

*applause*
Comment by thalamic 27th April 2010
I did clone your design, but only so that I could show you how the spacing worked. I have now deleted the clone.

Now all I have to do is work out how you achieved such delightful curves. This really is one of the most amazing bits of design to come out of FS. Welcome to the community :)
Comment by p2pnut 27th April 2010
WØW

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Comment by Noah (winty5) 8th June 2014
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Comment by Noah (winty5) 8th June 2014
Thank you for continuing to share your beautiful font with us. I really love that I have found it. I'm going to go look for other fonts or projects you have done. Thanks again
Comment by Julia Johnston (gracefulkim) 23rd September 2015

Looks neat. Could you add number support?

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