by Em42

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Sturdy, yet smooth, connected script font with swashes.


Comment by Em42 19th may 2010
This is fabulous.!… er, I mean… This rocks, bro. I’m a big fan of beefy scripts to begin with, but I love the unique “struct”-ure of this. The l, f, x, k, and W are inspired. I must admit I'm not entirely sold on the “s” yet, but I think you have the right idea. Well done! 10/10
Comment by fugitiveglue 19th may 2010
A very nice script - bold yet sinuous.
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Comment by aphoria 20th may 2010
Very nice! I love it :)

I agree with fugitiveglue, ths 's' should be review... in a script font you can go over the x height
for the small loop of the s

very good work
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 20th may 2010
Thanks for your comments!

@Fugitiveglue & Upixel: I know the "s" looks cropped at its top, but I was not able to find a round top connecting smoothly with the curve on the left and the straight diagonal on the right.
I had the same issue with the V, W, Z, v, w and 7, and I opted for straight lines there as well.
My motto is: put into evidence the limitations of the design, instead of trying to hide them.
Comment by Em42 20th may 2010
Comment by Em42 20th may 2010
Above the different stages of Bromance (still in my private lab). Bromance Original dates back to last October.
Comment by Em42 20th may 2010
I can see the merits of all three versions of the 's' in your sample. Maybe include the others as alternates?
Comment by aphoria 20th may 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Bromance” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 21st may 2010
Larger samples are available on my House42 blog and on the Behance Network.

@Aphoria: I'm glad you appreciate the different versions of Bromance, but I see them more like an evolution than as alternate versions.

@Afrojet: it is always an honor to be (Top) picked by FS staff.
Comment by Em42 22nd may 2010
I love the final version

Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 8th june 2010
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