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That's my handwriting. Scanned a piece of paper with a handwritten alphabet and redraw it as exactly as possible. I know it's sloppy but that's the effect I wanted and my handwriting is in fact very sloppy.


Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 22nd february 2009
I'm speechless! That's quite an achievement, David.
Comment by SquarePeg 23rd february 2009
Very very well done. You've pushed the envelop out once again.
Comment by thalamic 23rd february 2009
what an achivement. Congrats.
Comment by LVIS (luiscastellon) 23rd february 2009
Very nice indeed!
Congratulations! :)
Comment by jmarquez 23rd february 2009
Hope this isn’t another one wrongly overlooked as a Top Pick by FS Staff, like it as happened to many others. :s
Comment by jmarquez 23rd february 2009
that's quite impressive!
I'd do a thousand of this if only i could zooom out a little more!!!
Otherwise it's just a meaning of patience...
Comment by kix 23rd february 2009
Comment by dada 23rd february 2009
Added numerals and punctuation marks.
I will eventually add more glyphs.

@kix: Well even if we could zoom out a little more, it would never be the same like vector drawn fonts, especially when it comes to print. This is just something for web & screen design with limited font sizes. It would take much more time to vectorize anyway, so it's a good compromise.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 23rd february 2009
Very convincing digitization, David. Nicely done.
Comment by geneus1 23rd february 2009
jmarquez - Please be patient with us. New FontStructions may be public for a few days before they are selected as Top Picks.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 24th february 2009
thanks for all the compliments... and here's a little something that shows what one can do with this creation beside writing :)
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 24th february 2009
Beautiful work Mr. N. It must be nice to have a font of your very own handwriting. Franz Kafka is smiling.
Comment by afrojet 24th february 2009
Yes it's really fun to play with. To avoid pixelation you can use Photoshop or pretty much any image editing program that features selections. Create a selection of the font in any size you need it, smooth the selection and fill it. Depending on the font size you will have to use more or less smoothing. It's not perfect but comes next close to vectorizing.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 25th february 2009
Wow! Impresive work!
Comment by Axel Leyer 9th march 2009
It looks so real in your example! Top!
Comment by MustardMan 10th march 2009
I just had to do some fun with it!
Comment by MustardMan 10th march 2009
very nice MustardMan, i like it a lot!
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 10th march 2009
I love this! I'm trying to do something similar, imitating my own cursive and I'm going through hell. I just don't know how you did it! It's excellent.
Comment by lindseyloo0213 26th march 2009
thank, it very very nice
Comment by juri 7th january 2010
Love it! By the way, i don't think that you're handwriting is that bad, i can read it! If i would do this with my handwriting (if i would be able to) you weren't even able to read it so nice!
Comment by thefancybeauxtrucs 2nd may 2012
Mr N's writing is much better than mine!
Comment by jphturtle 19th december 2012

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