by aphoria

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Natural curves smoothly bending into angles...look at the A, M, N, S, V, W, Y, Z, s, v, w, y, and z.
Info: Created on 29th March 2013 . Last edited on 24th April 2018.
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Comment by aphoria 2nd May 2014
Comment by aphoria 2nd May 2014
Comment by aphoria 2nd May 2014
Works well. I fully agree with sentiment expressed in the middle sample :)
Comment by p2pnut 3rd May 2014
Excellent work on the curve-meets-diagonal.
Comment by four 4th May 2014
Thanks p2pnut and four...much appreciated. :)
Comment by aphoria 8th May 2014
An animated gif showing some of the architecture...

Comment by aphoria 8th May 2014
Great font! How did you get those half curve things that are detailed in your gif?
Comment by Cohnisgone 8th May 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Flowidity” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 9th May 2014
@Cohnisgone Thank you! I don't have time right now to explain the curves, but I will try to put together a little tutorial later.
Comment by aphoria 9th May 2014
Thank you meek...it's always an honor. :)
Comment by aphoria 9th May 2014
It is always a pleasure to see how you design your fonts - with much delicacy and beautiful details.
Comment by beate 10th May 2014

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