tm L74x

by thalamic

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Info: Created on Mon, 6th July . Last edited on Thu, 30th July.
License All Rights Reserved. No download available.
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Comment by thalamic Thu, 30th July

the lower y is BEAUTIFUL i love it

Comment by JingYo Thu, 30th July
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “tm L74x” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Thu, 30th July

Thank you.

Comment by thalamic Thu, 30th July

Wow. Nice one. I especially like the half-inverted diacritix.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Thu, 30th July

This is wonderful!

Comment by four Thu, 30th July

very nice bold font

Comment by swash.buckler Thu, 30th July

I'm with the boys: Wonderful Work. Congrats on the TP, master!

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Comment by aphoria Thu, 30th July

Very cool futuristic look! This would probably be doable with real curves as well...? N and O seem to be a little too close to each other.

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) Sat, 1st August

There seems to be NO spacing in the emphasized word in capitals.

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) Wed, 12th August

I think you should stop taking your adventure on All Rights Reserved.

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) Mon, 7th September

@Hensilly I am sure you mean no harm but please respect other designers’ right to make their own choice of license. This kind of comment is almost certain to upset other people. You’ll notice there is even a note about this above the comment box. Thanks!

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Mon, 7th September

@Rob Meek Whoops. It's here because he ALWAYS makes A. R. R. fonts.

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) Mon, 7th September

As I mentioned a few days ago, it's a way of retaining control of distribution.

1. Before this feature was added, non-FontStructors would often upload others' fonts to various "1,000 FREE-FREE-FREE FONTS !!!!" websites.  Sadly, the uploader would all too often claim to BE the creator of the font and/or remove the creator/attribution information from the font -- which was against the creator's wishes and copyright claims.

The creator would then have to scour these sites, contact the owner, and make a claim for removal -- all of which takes time and effort for something that was not their doing in the first place.

2. FontStructors may also choose to sell their fonts; a few FontStructors would make an initial font, then upgrade them to a more 'professional' or expanded version.  By removing the Download option, the prospective customer could still view the font and try it out prior to contacting the FontStructor for purchase.

The other alternative was to remove key glyphs to make it a demo font.  After discovering one of these older font demos, someone recently asked, "Why is each letter $8?"  This was how FontStructors were forced to sell fonts prior to the No Download option.

(P.S. At the time, it was $8 for that particular font, not $8 for each letter.  The $8 statement was placed in each missing glyph so as to not be overlooked or missed -- a common practice.)

3. Still others make and/or use their fonts for personal or commercial purposes, but also want to display them as a form of creative artwork from which others may take inspiration.

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