zcell eYe/FS

by elmoyenique

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The adhesive black tape is good for plumbing and many other things. Add to us and type with it, it's cheap and funny.


Comment by elmoyenique 7th october 2010
The adhesive black tape is good for plumbing and many other things. Add to us and type with it, it's cheap and funny.
It was very nice to me work in this challenge with people like all you.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th october 2010
LOVE it. Super stylish and contemporary feeling. The sample is excellent and really brings it home. In my opinion, your best Struct yet.
Comment by fugitiveglue 7th october 2010
@fugitiveglue: Thanks a lot for your words so courageous and kindly refer to my font, compañero in FS. Realy, I know: trying to compete with people who bring the art of Typography near the Heaven is for me almost impossible, but I wanted to put here my two cents, add my point of view on this challenge. This work was funny for me, and I hope for some more. Greeting from Spain. We're on the block.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th october 2010
Wow nice font and nice Handmade.

The Desing is awsome
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 7th october 2010
I think the time has come for you to perhaps kerb your humility... you're obviously an adept fontstructor.

Great idea and a very nice sample.
Comment by chr.s 7th october 2010
@Upixel: Thank you again veeery much for your comments appreciating my simple work and also thanks for your words of encouragement, they makes me continue fighting against the glyphs.
This challenge has been very funny for me: I've cut letters, I've put some others in the oven and I've built the last ones with tape on the wall ... All in barely two weeks.
Does anyone offers more than FS?
@chr.s: Thanks again for your words of encouragement and for your good wishes and advice. I feel amazed watching the excellent work of so many great designers that I see in FS, I admire you and I learn from you.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th october 2010
Very good technique to crossover from modular to organic. Great design too.
Comment by thalamic 8th october 2010
excellent entry. your fonts always seem very comfortable in their skin - if you know what i mean. they are well done and have a great energy. and possess a very natural and organic feel. just like this one. and your sample is exquisite.
Comment by funk_king 8th october 2010
The dangling tape is excellent.
Comment by djnippa 8th october 2010
@thalamic, @FK, @ djnippa: Many thanks for your friendly words. I appreciate so much your comments, all you are people that we look at you to learn from your work, you never disappoint us, you never leave something difficult to create... in front the obstacles you try solve them, again and again, and you never surrender!... Thanks again.
Comment by elmoyenique 8th october 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zcell eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 22nd october 2010
Thank you very much again to the FS'staff for stitching a beautiful pink square with a Top Pick Star on one of my fonts. Honestly, I hope to continue working to make this not be the last pinked. Thanks, and thanks for the fun that has produced many of us this challenge. Repeat some like this, please.
Comment by elmoyenique 24th october 2010

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