by cayo

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A sans serif computer related font inspired by bitmap fonts like Chicago and Charcoal, but it evolved with some of Fontstruct's "Design Limits" in mind:
I left the lower right corner slab of the N to add some rhythm to the "uncrossing" X's slabs (also present in the K), which to my perspective balances the V's impossibility of a straight angle from top to bottom.
I also used a 2x2 grid filter, that I've learned from williaum's a ll e g o r i c a, just to correct some punctuation issues and to make a narrower c. djnippa's Brick Stacker Tutorial also came in handy, THX2uBoth!

My favorite feature: the crossbar in Z,z and 7.

This is my humble tribute to the Woz.

07.05.09 Expanded Latin Chars
16.05.09 Redesigned Cedillas, Breves and Inverted Breves.
Info: Created on 12th April 2009 . Last edited on 30th June 2009.
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atractive :)
Comment by fodkito 4th May 2009
incredible work... and i'm already proud if i make it beyond 200 characters. very nice style as well, very comfortable to read!
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 10th July 2009
Gee, thx guys!
I learned a lot about foreign glyphs with this one, the first one I extend this much; I checked a lot of complete font sets so I would not end up messing it up.
It was fun AND enlightening!
Comment by cayo 10th July 2009
Very nice. 537 characters!?!? I'm lucky to break 100.
Comment by aphoria 10th July 2009

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