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I stacked some propeller bricks and some composites of the kite bricks, which allowed me to make a nice lightning bolt inside each letter's bowl.


I like how the i and j together form a bolt-shaped gap, it would be very noticeable in Dutch (here, ij is a very common digraph)
Comment by minidonut 11th december 2014
awesome. period. actually, triple period. period.
Comment by Evie Atarax (j4s13) 11th december 2014
A well executed, beautiful design.
Comment by kassymkulov 12th december 2014
An electric design - very jazzy.
Comment by p2pnut 12th december 2014
I love being the first commenter :I
Comment by minidonut 12th december 2014
...there had to be an image, like so: BLUE SHELL
Comment by minidonut 12th december 2014
Thanks, all of you!

@minidonut: Yes, I know ij is commonly used in Dutch, but it was slightly by mistake. It is very hard to control metrics at this scale, so I added the digraph in extended latin A.

I've also added accents, most of them lightning-shaped. I'm not quite sure of the circumflex.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th december 2014
I would prefer these:
Comment by minidonut 14th december 2014
Cool! I like the circumflex and the tilde. But I think I'm keeping my round diaeresis.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 14th december 2014
Very clever, such a simple font, yet so aesthetically pleasing. 10/10
Comment by tortoiseshell 15th december 2014
@CMunk: You should include both a bolt-shaped umlaut for Hungarian and a dotted umlaut/dieresis for other languages.
Comment by jimhv 16th december 2014
Maybe for the double acute accents, two acute accents? :P Your acute and grave accents are more diagonal than my versions, and the diaeresis is, like, you know, straight-ish.
Comment by minidonut 17th december 2014
@minidonut, Yeah, I chose to go with your diaeresis, so I thought I'd change the acutes and graves, to differentiate them from dots.

@jimhv, Now I have made the double acutes. What do you think?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 17th december 2014
rj needs a kerning pair
Comment by minidonut 22nd december 2014
Well, r needs a kerning pair with nearly every other letter. I've put rj on the @ now.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 22nd december 2014
@CMunk: Your Hungarian umlaut is well done. Basic Latin is still missing some uppercase letters and numbers.
Comment by jimhv 28th december 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Bolt” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 9th january 2015
Very effective!
Comment by four 14th january 2015
It looks incredible! The only thing to mention is that the 0 should have some contrast to the capital O.
Maybe reverse the bolt there? I don't know. I love it! Definitely all 5 stars.
Comment by SilverfishJockey 7th april 2015

why no numbers

Comment by ttg16777216 25th july 2019

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