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What started as a octagonal experiment turned into a Sci-fi, futuristic giant


Comment by Quinn Siebers (packerfan21396) 7th january 2019


Comment by alekoymostro 7th january 2019

cool y

Comment by JingYo 7th january 2019


Comment by elw123 7th january 2019

These are some top tier comments lol.

@ecluniverso Thanks for the sample even though I already made one.

@alekoymostro Yep, that's why I named it that.

@JingYo Thank you! I really like how the y turned out too.

@elw123 That is not correct, to create as close to equal thickness as possible between the horizontal/vetrical and diagonals, the capitals are actually 49-tall.

Comment by Quinn Siebers (packerfan21396) 8th january 2019

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