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Please see the sample in the comments. I haven't released any fontstructions in months, but I've constantly been trying to find new methods of fontstructing more sophisticated shapes. This is the result. Not yet finished though. Feedback welcome. The subtle roundings give it a somewhat handpainted look which i quite like.
Info: Created on 27th September 2011 . Last edited on 21st February 2012.
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8 Comments

Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 14th February 2012
Great to see you surface again with some amazing technique. The W seems a little out of place. I wonder if there is more than one typeface in this one.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 15th February 2012
Thank you Rob!
Yes the W was giving me headaches. I changed it slightly, i think it might be a little better. Also I added some alternatives.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 15th February 2012
I know this needs a lot of hard work to make just one glyphs! AMAZING! Three 10/10 :D
Comment by cablecomputer 15th February 2012
Nice to see you here again :)

I agree that the W is the slightly weakest link here - I imagine it must be a real headache with 2:2 filters.

However I am sure you will overcome and it is worth a 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 15th February 2012
Great job! 10/10
Comment by four 15th February 2012
Added Numerals and Punctuation
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 21st February 2012
Always pushing boundaries. It's easy to overlook the advanced features in this fontstruction because of its simplicity. Nice approximation of quarter-circle curves on a 3x3 grid space.

I'm temporarily making my Streamlyne fontstruction clonable so I can share this find with you - it's a smoothly connected curve with an angled line used in the A and V. Nobody seemed to notice it before when it was released. Here's a close-up. Let me know what you think.
Comment by geneus1 25th February 2012

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