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The counters in breach overlap the outlines of their glyphs and extend beyond them. x-height: 3 bricks


Comment by four 28th may 2018
Comment by four 28th may 2018
Comment by four 28th may 2018
Comment by four 28th may 2018

reminds me of rubber bands...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 29th may 2018

Ů and ů missing the rings...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 29th may 2018

Beautiful smooth curves, hard to believe this is possible in FontStruct!

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 29th may 2018

Nice to see your elegant and careful work again, compañero! I was a lot of time out of FS, apologies for the delay. And now, what a wonderful and well crafted idea! Sure winner, IMHO! My 10 2U. BTW, I was thinking in some similar last year (I add you a sample of my notebook), another example of our convergent thinking... But yours is great!

Comment by elmoyenique 30th may 2018
Comment by elmoyenique 30th may 2018

An instant favorite. Such a nice idea with fontstruct-perfect execution.

Comment by kassymkulov 31st may 2018

Your lowercase d is broken in the downloaded font...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 1st june 2018
Comment by anonymous-1520403 1st june 2018

@Se7enty: Oh I had similar glitches in my downloaded fonts before as well. Especially missing bricks in places where a composite brick shouldve been. I fixed it by stacking the composite brick.

Comment by Sed4tives 1st june 2018

lowercase ü are missing umlat...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 1st june 2018
Comment by anonymous-1520403 2nd june 2018

@Se7enty-Se7en: thanks for spotting those. I've added the diacritics and rebuild d. Hope this works for you. Yes, it would be interesting to try and recreate these glyphs with rubber bands, or even in metal wire...

@V. Sarela (Yautja): thanks! This was done in 2x2 filters and using a number of 2x2, 4x4 1x4 and 2x4 composites to achieve 1/8 brick-width stroke-thickness. Flipping, rotating, stacking and nudging helped to manoeuvre all elements into position.

@elmoyenique: good to see you and your inspiring work here again and thanks for sharing your drawing and ideas. I don't think my preliminary sketch was that neat...

@architaraz: thanks for your support again!

@Sed4tives: thanks for the suggestion, I hope the download problem is now solved. Strangely enough, my own download was ok (see sample).

Comment by four 3rd june 2018

An unconventional yet beautiful idea. I love the combination of diagonals and curves on letters like K and X. The loopiness of the Q also intrigues me. Well done and good luck!

Comment by ETHproductions 10th june 2018

breach simply and succinctly addresses the concept of 'counter' in such a creatively clever way as to literally push the boundaries. and it seems to have been pulled off with  effortless execution. Bravo!

Comment by geneus1 11th june 2018
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “breach” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 12th june 2018

Congrats, dear compañero! I never doubted that breach was a great font, and the rest of the fontstructors have thought the same!

Comment by elmoyenique 12th june 2018

Many thanks @ETH, @geneus1, @meek and @emoyenique!

Comment by four 13th june 2018

@four: typophilus50 left a comment on one of my fonts a long time ago. This font reminded me of that: "Remarkable how the original, when expressed, seems so inevitable!"

Comment by thalamic 19th june 2018

This is cool!

Comment by letstrythis 4th november 2018

This font good for chemical :)

Comment by KURDI 12th may 2019

Typodarium 2020

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