FS Cardboarder

by kix

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This font was a hell lot of work! but fun to make. i had the idea while i was playing with a piece of tape. there a so many possibilities to construct the characters. some of them i had issues with.


Kix... This is great! I'm a fan of brussels and guttermouth, too.

One comment on cardboarder: try flipping the V horizontzally... Having the diagonal on the right side might make it easier to recognize.
Comment by SquarePeg 3rd july 2008
Comment by SquarePeg 3rd july 2008
thank you much my friend :P

i also thought about that "V" thing...
the problem is, if i flip it, the diagonal part would be just a "line", got me?
that was quite the hardest part about that font...
avoiding that special angle.

btw... i wish there was a fliptool
Comment by kix 3rd july 2008
added 0-9 and some symbols.
i decided this will get NO lower case.
Comment by kix 4th july 2008
i also thought about that "V" thing...
the problem is, if i flip it, the diagonal part would be just a "line", got me?

Yes, I see that now.
Comment by SquarePeg 4th july 2008
I don't know how I missed this one before. This is nothing short of a great achievement. Well done!
Comment by nemoorange 28th july 2008
Comment by kix 15th march 2009
Thank you + it so cool !!
Comment by accent1243 30th march 2011

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