by aphoria

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Filter 2:2 The large, rounded corners are the standard macaroni bricks. The tight, rounded corners are made of several several composites and stacked brick combinations. This allows a curve that flows straight into an angle (1:4 in this case). I did not discover this "smooth tight curve to angle" trick. I stole it from Geneus1...thanks!


Comment by aphoria 15th august 2012
Comment by aphoria 15th august 2012
Comment by aphoria 15th august 2012
Comment by aphoria 15th august 2012
uuuuh. i very much like this
Comment by kix 15th august 2012
What a pretty thing!!! Sorry, I've missed it at the beginning!
Comment by elmoyenique 15th august 2012
A great piece of work!
Comment by four 15th august 2012
Wow. I should really read descriptions instead of glazing over them. I see how it's done. Delete my last comment, if you would. Thanks!
Comment by demonics 15th august 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Raked” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 16th august 2012
Innovative, creative, beautiful ... succcessful! 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 16th august 2012
@kix, @elmoyenique, @four, @demonics, and @p2pnut Thank you! Your comments are very much appreciated.

@meek Thanks for the Top Pick! It is always an honor.
Comment by aphoria 16th august 2012
I absolutely love this font... great technique behing
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 16th august 2012
Great technique... And innovative!
Comment by cablecomputer 17th august 2012
I'm all for beautiful ampersands and this one is especially nice!

Thank for sharing details of your construction. I'm trying to figure out why you need the half circle in the tight corners, though...

Anyway, this one is a real beauty!
Comment by laynecom 17th august 2012
Brilliant. The samples are awesome. & is something else!
Comment by minimum 17th august 2012
@laynecom Thank you. Here is a pic showing what the half circle does. It covers up the little triangle...I could've made an ultra slim rectangle (see the pic), but using the half circle didn't require making a composite.
Comment by aphoria 18th august 2012
@minimum Thank you. I think you're the master of samples, so I consider that high praise for mine. :)
Comment by aphoria 18th august 2012
Oops...sorry @Upixel and @cablecomputer...I didn't mean to skip over you. Thank you!
Comment by aphoria 18th august 2012
Wow! Fantastic sans serif face. It looks every bit very professional. Thank you for sharing behind the scene details. It reveals the hidden complexity and might teach us some useful tricks. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 21st august 2012
with best regards. this fontstruction is very
Comment by beate 23rd august 2012
@Frodo7 and @beate Thank you very much!
Comment by aphoria 25th august 2012
Please hide the comment. I can see that.
Comment by opipik 12th june 2013

@ecluniverso Thanks! It's been a long time since I've looked at this...I wonder what improvements I could make with the latest bricks and fonstruct features.

Comment by aphoria 6th november 2018


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