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My first Blackletter...


Hope that someone recognizes this font, my last one was uncommented, though I thought it wasn't bad.
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 13th august 2010
This one is great.
Comment by naveenchandru 13th august 2010
Wow. I love how gnarled this looks. And the numbers are great.
Comment by ssaamm 13th august 2010
Thank you for your comments and votes! I'm happy you liked it. :)
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 15th august 2010
Did a poster with german text...
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 15th august 2010
sorry for the bad quality, i did it much to small so i had to make it bigger.
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 15th august 2010
A very nice up-down movement to it. Woodcut-ish. I suggest flipping the D and U horizontally (push A, then Shift+H) and the ’ and ” vertically (A then Shift+V).
Comment by thalamic 16th august 2010
It has a nice hand-carved look. Good work :) 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 16th august 2010
I'm really glad to here those kind words. :) Thank you two.

@thalamic: Good suggestions, especially for the U, so now you can better differ it from the V, and the D looks nicer. But I'm not sure about flipping the quote marks. I tried it the way you think of at first, but the height... I know that it's clearer that they should be right quote marks, flipped. Basically, I decided against your suggestion to have the same height overall.
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 16th august 2010
very nice work I love it. clever design

Apostrophegate ;)
I agree with thalamic, should be shifted and up-side down. In french we use it a lot and I try your font with the option "user input" and look a bit confusing like you left it.

don't missinterpret the with "paired quotation marks "

Unicode ref:
U+2019 is preferred for apostrophe.
Preferred characters in English for paired quotation marks are U+2018 & U+2019

look how pro font manage it
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 16th august 2010
Ok, now I think I understand. Or at least I hope so... ;) As the fact is that I'm german I'm a bit confused cause I must admit I'm not sure if I took your comment right. Are my changes the way you meant them to be. But however, thank you that you took your time for this nice comment. :)

Oh, and I've added something very important for me: low quotation marks...
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 16th august 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Written Thorns” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 17th august 2010
Wow! My first Top Pick. :) Thank you very much, I was really surprised and a big bunch of feel-good hormones has travelled to my brain and made me smile.
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 17th august 2010
I haven't shared it, but I did clone your font and added a lowercase because I thought your uppercase was pretty cool.

If you want it, I'll share my clone long enough for you to copy it, then I will unshare it.
Comment by aphoria 19th august 2010
Nice work! Really beautiful. Yeah, why not. You did a great job. Thank you for your l.c. and your comment. ;)
Comment by Frederic F. (Star Script Writer) 19th august 2010
I sent you a message.
Comment by aphoria 19th august 2010

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