fs Insatiable

by thalamic

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Info: Created on 18th April 2013 . Last edited on 24th April 2013.
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Comment by thalamic 24th April 2013
Comment by fugitiveglue 24th April 2013
Superb creativity in all the glyphs, master! My 10 2 U! (PS with a reverencial flourish: Some of they are a liiiittle bit hard to read in normal text, but all of them are precious, IMHO -and bad english, sorry-).
Comment by elmoyenique 24th April 2013
Innovative, crazy, and awesome! I especially like how the d seems to link with the letter after but it's actually the d by itself (if that make sense).
Comment by Umbreon126 25th April 2013
Amazing! Connections between letters are astonishing!
Comment by architaraz 25th April 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs Insatiable” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 25th April 2013
Very individualistic, with a great quirky charm. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 25th April 2013
Thank you.

This font started because I had an idea to do the A that is there. Initially, I was only going to do the uppercase. But the D (!) gave me a lot of problems. No variation of the D seemed appropriate. Until I did the larger lowercase looking D that's currently visible. The other letter that was not working out was the I. I tried 17 different variations of the I before I settled on this one. It is too standard and the one thing I was attempting for was non-standard, without deviating too much from the overall aesthetic. That worked for most glyphs, but not the I. This incarnation is too boring and plain. I may change it later.

Having done the larger D/d, making a lowercase variant was a snap. Once that was done, the rest of the lowercase letters just happened without any undue coaxing.

Looking at the finished set, the lowercase set works so much better than the uppercase one. Which says something about regularity. But first letter upper and the rest lowercase combination also works. So overall not bad for a day's work.

Thank you for the appreciations.
Comment by thalamic 25th April 2013
Wow, this experiment worked out really well!
Comment by four 26th April 2013
@filmeonline: what?
Comment by Isaac González (1saac) 26th April 2013
I like daftpunk too. 10/10
Comment by Isaac González (1saac) 26th April 2013
@Thalamic // @Meek please remove @filmeonline's comment, it is undoubtedly spam.
Comment by Umbreon126 27th April 2013
Impressive Postmodern work, going beyond typography. I guess what the global japanese feel would be great with Katanaka glyphs (maybe a work for Neoqueto, as it is also not far from his own style)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 27th April 2013
Great work! Looks very epic!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 27th April 2013
Looks Asian.
Comment by AnastasiaDunbar 27th October 2015

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