AT Rooktura stencil (demo)

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Tura means Rook (a chess piece) in russian/kazakh. Enjoy.
Info: Created on 29th September 2013 . Last edited on 29th September 2013.
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12 Comments

Comment by architaraz 29th September 2013
Very architectural; very cool.
Comment by thalamic 29th September 2013
A very srong design. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 29th September 2013
Oooops ..... 'strong' .....
Comment by p2pnut 29th September 2013
Dear architaraz: the white (light brown here) square must be in the right down corner to begin a chess game. Can you rebuild your sample for the chess rules, pleaaaaase?
Comment by elmoyenique 29th September 2013
Thanks. P2pnut, no worry, I've read it as strong anyway :)
Sorry Elmoyenique, I've deleted original psd file, but it's not a big deal, just a sample, not necessarily to be used like that. You can always recreate it yourself if needed.
Comment by architaraz 29th September 2013
Comment by elmoyenique 29th September 2013
Your's better!
Comment by elmoyenique 29th September 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “AT Rooktura stencil (demo)” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 2nd October 2013
Thanks Meek, always appreciated!
Comment by architaraz 2nd October 2013
Nice, I like it. Might the diagonal on N be a little too wide? I love the w and 3, and the M might look better as a flipped W. Also, I've found a way to make the round parts of letters slightly thinner, using the propeller brick. You may have considered something like it already, but I think it may help the width be a little bit more consistent:
Comment by ETHproductions 20th October 2013
@ETH:
Thanks! M,W,m,w are no problem, I can always add alternatives to the final version. And yeah, I think I've come across it, only the reason why I chose not to use it was the glyphs like n, u, y etc, they're not possible with that sqaure brick. Although I could find some compromises as in the picture below, but then every glyph gets messed up. And even if I use this method, it would appear that for example bottom right of "n" should also contain that serif, so...
I hope I will overcome these issues when editing with Font Creator.
Comment by architaraz 20th October 2013

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