Stitch-y inline, bold outline, negative and a letter within a letter. Knitka (Нитка) means thread, rope. Thanks and enjoy.
What began as a half-resolution pixel sketch then acquired a row and column of space between each respective row and column of pixels. In this way I manually doubled the grid, refining glyphs and adjusting their widths as I filled in the 75% undefined pixels that grid-doubling produces. Uppercase was my next addition, then revision, revision, revision.
Visualizing curves, contrast, bias, and stem thickness with whole pixels as the unit of increment turns out to be a very interesting game. I suspect I have just enough resolution to achieve the level of fidelity in the curves I was going for. Composites will allow for more subtle refinements while smoothing out most of the diagonal lines used (with the exception of the current N and X).
Enjoy!This is a clone
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1) All FontStruct users may participate in FontOut, and can do so with as many entries as they like.
2) An entry in a FontOut is a picture or image on a specific FontStruct forum. It can also be a public font. There are no limits on licence.
3) The font must be tagged with "FontOut#" where '#' stands in for the specific number of the FontOut.
4) Every two weeks, a FontOut will be announced and participants can publish fonts or images within that two-week time period.
(8th July 2012)
Ligatures! Ligatures are special characters that connect two or more glyphs. This week, create the word firefly using a ligature for fi, fl, and any other ligatures you want. Let's see how many letters can be connected! Entries must be created using FontStruct.
The last time you can upload a sample is 15th July 2012. Voting starts on that date.
Let's see what our FontStruct community can do!
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