Plastelina

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by Neoqueto
See also Safe Plastelina by Neoqueto.

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Plastelina is a some kind of modelling clay. Kids love it (or love to smear it everywhere they can). Plastelina is the same thing as Plasticine, but we don't use it as a brand name in Poland. I hope I've counted the height properly... And I hope they didn't mean "height over the baseline" or "height of the whole fontstruction"... All characters are lowercase, except for "a" and "l" because it didn't look very well. My first entry out of 3. What a great combo - handmade looking face and handmade sample! Gallery: http://pokazywarka.pl/ks7qwt/
Info: Created on 18th September 2010 . Last edited on 23rd September 2010.
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Comment by Neoqueto 22nd September 2010
While early to say *ba baba baa* I believe we have a winner! In my book at least.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 23rd September 2010
Beautiful Entry Neoqueto, don't know why but it also make me think to the words "Blob" and "Bioplasm", and some living cells from outerspace :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 23rd September 2010
It's great! But the 4 doesn't quite look like a 4 though.
Comment by Zefyrinus 23rd September 2010
a great and evocative entry, and cool sample. you may want to double-check on the rules about the sample - you may need to use the actual font in the sample as well. i would hate for such a cool entry to be disqualified over a technicality.
Comment by funk_king 23rd September 2010
Thank you FK, I knew I forgot about something. Font in action:

@Zefyrinus: I know that, but that was the only acceptable idea for "4".

@NE: Added your suggestions into tags :).

Also I changed the height of a question mark and exclamation point which were 33 brick high.

And I made a clone of the original Plastelina: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/377375
Comment by Neoqueto 23rd September 2010
You could use the h and rotate 180 to use as the 4.
Comment by aphoria 23rd September 2010
also think the 1 is awkward and you could use I for 1. and the 7 is a little bizarre, you could use the current 1 for 7. not major issues. with a fun font like this, it all adds to the novelty. i would not delete anything, just add some alternates.
Comment by funk_king 23rd September 2010
also think the 1 is awkward and you could use I for 1. and the 7 is a little bizarre, you could use the current 1 for 7. not major issues. with a fun font like this, it all adds to the novelty. i would not delete anything, just add some alternates.
Comment by funk_king 23rd September 2010
Very funny and very well resolved font! I really like this kind of experiments, especially when they are so well like this that you show here. Great work!
Comment by elmoyenique 23rd September 2010
Great work!
Comment by naveenchandru 4th October 2010
Comment by Neoqueto 8th October 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Plastelina” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 25th October 2010

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