MX Capsaicin

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by Micheal Xing (iFutureMix)

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A take on modern inktrap typefaces, Capsaicin is a wilder rendition of such a kind. With the liberal use of inktraps and sharp ends, it became like a 'stinger' itself. Capsaicin is a component that can be found in chili peppers, and it causes people's skin to have a burning sensation. Hope this typeface kind of puts that feeling into visuals. 

Info: Created on Tue, 1st September . Last edited on Mon, 23rd November.
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12 Comments

Comment by Micheal Xing (iFutureMix) Thu, 22nd October

This typeface can be used and modified freely. It can even be used commercially (as it's under the Open Font License)!

Another good news: All my other current published typefaces are also now under the Open Font License! Hope you guys can enjoy them in your own projects! :D

Comment by Micheal Xing (iFutureMix) Thu, 22nd October
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “MX Capsaicin” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 23rd October

Congrats on the TP! What do you think about this T (it's my only doubt with the font).

Comment by elmoyenique Fri, 23rd October
Comment by elmoyenique Fri, 23rd October

very interesting design, love the little uses of empty space

Comment by swash.buckler Fri, 23rd October

Cool inktraps! Nice T, look a bit like a face.

Comment by four Fri, 23rd October

@meek, elmoyenique, swash.buckler, four: Thank you! The reason why I made the T with a 'bum' like that is to ensure that there is equal white spacing at its base. If not, there is this weird 'break' when it combines with other letters, causing a bit of abruption in the text's rhythmic pattern. Here's a look at it based on your suggestion.

Comment by Micheal Xing (iFutureMix) Sat, 24th October
Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 24th October

Your fantastic N gives me a crazy idea...

Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 24th October

MB

Comment by wwhateschool Tue, 27th October

Didn't see you in 2018 nor 2019, but you're in 2020!? Awesome!

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) Sat, 31st October

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