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Something I've been working on for a while, but haven't been able to finish until composite stacking was available. Alternates available in Extended Latin A
Info: Created on 1st August 2010 . Last edited on 20th March 2011.
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9 Comments

Comment by LexKominek 20th March 2011
Yes, these are real curves.
Comment by LexKominek 20th March 2011
This is really good. I particularly like the l/c g and t. The overshot bowls of the rounded letters work really well, giving it an extra informal kick.
Comment by intaglio 20th March 2011
Thanks!
Comment by LexKominek 20th March 2011
Awesome Futuristic font!
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 20th March 2011
Another greeeat font, master. And the choice of Blake's poem is excellent!: "Tigre, tigre, que te enciendes en luz
por los bosques de la noche
¿qué mano inmortal, qué ojo
pudo idear tu terrible simetría?" Wow.
Comment by elmoyenique 20th March 2011
A wonderful, yet simple design with luscious curves. I could only guess the tricks behind. Yes, the lower case is particularly good. There is a small detail you can't see on the - otherwise superb - demo picture: a pretty little indenture at the corners. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 20th March 2011
The curves are immaculate, but I must say that I feel some of the overshoots are too much. Even 1/4 of a brick is obvious when you are working with glyphs at this small size. Just look at the viewer and compare T,U or Y,Z. 9/10 still because of egyMWQ
Comment by 3moDuDe 20th March 2011
Thanks again to everyone :-)

@3moDuDe - I agree - I tried adding rounded ends onto the terminals, but it ruined the look I was going for, this was the best compromise I could find within the contstraints of FontStruct.
Comment by LexKominek 21st March 2011

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