Published: 18th November, 2009
Last edited: 5th January, 2010
Created: 2nd November, 2009
Clone of slubgob.
I saw some stringy potential dyed in the wool of intaglio’s original and tried to draw it out. First I added one brick to the x-height; second I added little connecting, er, nubs for a very tightly spaced continuous script. From there, I was basically done, but then had very little restraint and took it to this point, which is now sort of a mishmash of styles (let’s just go ahead and rule out all caps settings right here and now ;)
I am hoping one of y’all fontstructors will chime in with the next version that really knits the job up all nice like! Or, barring that, I will try to tighten it up and continue to defer all praise to intaglio.
Edit [12/10/09]: After receiving the blessing of intaglio, I added More Latin and the first half of Extended Latin A. This fontstruction is nearing its final stitches, however I still welcome suggestions and additions. As seen in my samples below, it seems to work well with a rounded outside stroke. Be forewarned: Approximately -10 tracking and some manual kerning are a must to properly render the connected script effect. Enjoy! : )This is a clone of slubgob
Published: 21st April, 2009
Last edited: 6th May, 2009
Created: 12th April, 2009
This typeface was created using sketches from "Open Text", wich is a part of a project to develope as legible typefaces as possible (in print) using FontStruct. If you have ideas of improvements please clone this font or visit the link further down for information and more sketches to work with.
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Aron Kullander-ÖstlingThis is a clone