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Info: Created on 17th August 2011 . Last edited on 5th February 2013.
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Comment by regular_one 19th August 2011
A pleasing design - shown to good effect by the sample. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 20th August 2011
thanks!
Comment by regular_one 20th August 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “dead rat malfunction” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 22nd August 2011
I'm really pleased! You made my day.
Comment by regular_one 22nd August 2011
All my congrats... Just a very goood font, thats you make here!
Comment by elmoyenique 3rd September 2011
thanks a lot. glad you like it
Comment by regular_one 3rd September 2011
Very nice work. 10/10

PS: What is the normal function of a dead rat? I'm just curious.
Comment by Frodo7 4th September 2011
@frodo7: it's just a pun. i really enjoyed red dead redemption and this font looks kind of western style to me. Without going into great detail, it also have to do with the quotes author – a lot of stuff he said was a malfunction imo – but he is still kind of cool. so a more precise name for the font would be: „a dead rats malfunction“
Comment by regular_one 6th September 2011
LMAO - I am currently at 98.5% on Red Dead Redemption (second time around) and I still didn't get the pun :) Nice one.
Comment by p2pnut 6th September 2011
Awesome! Excellent work.

Have you considered flipping the A around? Keep the little horizontal line on the left side like the other letters, but move the thickness to the right diagonal stroke. It doesn't matter, because this is still a brilliant font, but the stress is normally on the right stroke of the A on serif fonts.

Other than that, good work.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 21st October 2011
thanks! i missused the Æ to create your suggestion.
Comment by regular_one 21st October 2011

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