RM Typerighter old

by p2pnut

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Well, these old typewriters don't last forever.


Comment by p2pnut 9th december 2009
my favorite in the series. well done.
Comment by funk_king 9th december 2009
Cheers fk - it took almost as long as the rest of the series put together.
Comment by p2pnut 9th december 2009
Wonderful letter shapes and a great use of the medium to create patina. Top marks.
Comment by afrojet 9th december 2009
Very convincing destruction, Mr. M. The tap tap tap ting zwhing comes right through. The baseline shift adds subtle realism. Very well done.
Comment by thalamic 9th december 2009
Ta very much aj and thal. I must confess, I'm quite pleased with the result.
Comment by p2pnut 9th december 2009
Excellent p2pnut. It's my fave of the series too.
Comment by aphoria 9th december 2009
This is a Fontstruct Masterpiece. I couldn't believe my eyes. The sample looks just like a text typed on a manual typewriter. Nice touch the added slight variation of the vertical positions. Good overall spacing. The glyphs are so good, you must have used some template. I would make the doulble horizontal stroke of the Euro symbol a bit longer, it could go to the centre of the C. Some diacritical marks need a bit more decay. Another nice touch is the addition of ligatures (imagine them on a typewriter). It is delightful to see how this family evolved. The whole project commands respect for the extreme difficulty involved. Frankly, I was a bit sceptical at the first (typewriter) font you can pull it off, but you did. You splendidly did! 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 9th december 2009

Euro and diacritics duly amended.
Comment by p2pnut 9th december 2009
You rendered the effect quite well, P2pnut. It´s nice to browse around the latest works of my fellow FSors and find the have been busy with such cool projects. I´m inspired!
Comment by cayo 11th december 2009
Wow, now this is rather spectacular! The fs-restricted diagonals are finally working for me; despite how you could have convincingly concealed any number of angles within your superb distressing technique in order to create more classic proportions, the variable character widths go far to add another layer of liveliness to the distressed effect. Anyone looking to handcraft (!) a “worn, clogged and broken” fontstruction should ask Ray very politely to see a clone of this. He has defined consistently inconsistent edge fidelity within the medium: no repeating patterns, yet an awesomely unified result. Perfect marks!
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 11th december 2009
I'm not a fan of typerighter but this one is really cool. Nice work !!!
Comment by zen_killa 11th december 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “RM Typerighter old” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 11th december 2009
Just lovely! Beautifully done. Thank you.
Comment by hellotheresa 11th december 2009
Best of the series!
Comment by jinx 19th december 2009
Best of the series!
Comment by jinx 19th december 2009
as always, great work
Comment by Joey_Higashi 3rd march 2010
Hi, can I edit this font, to add some extended latin caracters in? great work btw!
Comment by gorostas 24th april 2010
Fantastic. It's always fun to see how far FS can be pushed.
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 31st may 2010

Wow! This is amazing! Thank you!

Comment by Michael Rudolf (mjrbaseball) 2nd may 2017

Just marvelous !

Comment by darkseeid 6th december 2017

Great font I love it!! great work P2Pnut!!

Comment by KaliGrapher 24th august 2018

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