by aphoria

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The kerning sucks, but it's such a tight grid there isn't much I can do. The lowercase o is a perfect circle of 4 macaroni bricks. That gives me an x-height of 4 bricks which made some letters a bit difficult...I'm looking at you lowercase s.


Comment by aphoria 23rd December 2010
Nice cursive font. I really like the J and the Q. Great job, as usual, aphoria.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 23rd December 2010
Interesting take on the monoline upright script genre! 10/10
Comment by riccard0 24th December 2010
Thanks a lot guys, I appreciate it!
Comment by aphoria 25th December 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Altipen” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 3rd January 2011
Thanks meek!
Comment by aphoria 3rd January 2011
Lovely work! This here is how you do a lot with a little. And Mr. Lowercase S turned out pretty nice in spite of how hard it was lol :P
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 3rd January 2011

how did you make this

Comment by Fluxxor392 1st April 2020

I used 2x2 filters, but no composites (at least, I don't think so). Mostly the four macaroni bricks and straight vertical and horizontal bricks, with a few angled bricks. Do you have any specific questions?

Here is the S:

Comment by aphoria 1st April 2020
Comment by aphoria 1st April 2020

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