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This font almost made itself, when I found out that you could make an almost regular hexagon with vertical segments 9 bricks long and angled segments at 4*sqrt(5) = 8.94


Looks like you'd need a spanner to write with this one :) Looks good.
Comment by p2pnut 22nd june 2015
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Hexagonia” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 23rd june 2015
Thank you, p2pnut. That is the intention ;)

Thank you, meek!

Now, I'm having some trouble with the macron. As the design doesn't allow horizontal strokes, I can't make a simple line. I have tried tilting it to either side, but that would be easily confused with either acute or grave. A single bend would result in a circumflex or a caron/háček (or even a breve, which is the exact opposite of a macron). Two bends would look like a tilde, and even if I reversed it, it would be confusing. So I have landed on three bends, which makes a sort of crown or moustache. The shape is pleasing and unambiguous, but is it legible? If anyone is used to reading macrons (such as speakers of Latvian or Māori), I would like to hear your opinion.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 23rd june 2015
Cool font! The macron works, but I think it's okay to use straight horizontal lines in this for accents, plus/minus signs, and the like.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 23rd june 2015
I would love to see it with numbers, brackets etc...
Comment by AnastasiaDunbar 23rd july 2015

How Make it?

Comment by alekoymostro 28th february 2019

I made "Hexagon" (it almost made itself), with slightly different dimensions. I like your double-storey g! My g looks medieval next to yours :)

Comment by twannieboy 5th march 2020

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