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I didn't say I was supposed to be good at this design stuff.
Info: Created on 3rd November 2012 . Last edited on 20th November 2012.
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But you are! Quality work, love the c, k, o, r. The new bricks work well. Would a double-storey g suit here?
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 4th November 2012
Very elegant application of those new shark bricks.
Comment by four 4th November 2012
@Yautja // Thanks :-)

I think a double-storey g wouldn't fit very well here. Spacing is off, too.

@four // Thanks!
Comment by demonics 4th November 2012
I like the thought process behind this one. Semi-script gives you a lot of design options, making it a nice approach for such a small grid. Time to cut the upper!
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 5th November 2012
Comment by demonics 5th November 2012
Thanks Will; I'm mentally preparing to attempt the uppercase.
Comment by demonics 5th November 2012
Brilliant, man, brilliant!
Comment by architaraz 5th November 2012
I really like making fancy g's.
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 5th November 2012
You don't have to use that, it's just a suggestion. Great font! It's so happy and curvy, and really good. 10/10 on it, but 9/10 cause you haven't done uppercase yet. ;P
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 5th November 2012
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 5th November 2012
what I mean is we must be used to kerning by hand by now! ;)
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 5th November 2012
WOW!

@architaraz // Thanks :-)

@Rahi // Thanks so much. I think I'll stick with mine if only for the simplicity. But yours is beautiful.

@Will // I know, I know, I just wanted to know if the pros knew a secret spacing thing :-)
Comment by demonics 5th November 2012
What a delightful, flowing, design. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 5th November 2012
@p2pnut // Thanks Ray! :-)
Comment by demonics 5th November 2012
Simple font with a quirky style that never have made before (because no bricks like that before)! Thanks new bricks... Keep it up. 10/10
Comment by cablecomputer 5th November 2012
Thanks cable! :-)
Comment by demonics 5th November 2012
You must finish the other glyphs, IMHO. It's a great LC.
Comment by elmoyenique 5th November 2012
very beautiful script typeface. it really looks as if you were using a calligraphy pen. i love the g variant you are suggesting. whoever suggested the new bricks, they are absolutely great for script fonts.
Comment by laynecom 7th November 2012
Oh, and I'm looking forward to seeing the uppercase... ;-)
Comment by laynecom 7th November 2012
@elmo + laynecom // Thanks guys. Haven't had much time on my hands right now but will work on it possibly this weekend!
Comment by demonics 7th November 2012
Love this. Looks weird, but elegant. 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 12th November 2012
@winty5 // Thanks...I think.
Comment by demonics 14th November 2012
Uppercase :o forgot to comment before, but awesome :)
Comment by Umbreon126 20th November 2012
Thank you Umbreon!
Comment by demonics 20th November 2012
YES YES YES! Truly elegant use of the new bricks. Keep going on those caps!
Comment by fugitiveglue 20th November 2012
Thanks fugitiveglue! It's hard for me; I get a burst of inspiration, complete lc and basic punctuation, then get so excited to publish it that I don't have the motivation to keep working.
Comment by demonics 20th November 2012
I know exactly what you mean, and I think many of us can relate. I've often boxed myself into a corner with LC, and then given up. These caps look really good, and you knocked them out quickly. Anytime you need a push, I'm happy to crack the whip! One suggestion… the W reads a bit like it morphs into an l. Perhaps look to the V for the left side of the W?
Comment by fugitiveglue 21st November 2012

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