by Joekozak

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First time using Fonstruct. Font designed around the theme of decay, focusing on derelict buildings and areas where nature has begun to take over. Whilst loosely based on the somewhat derelict font, Times New Roman. Welcome any feedback. (work in progress; mainly letter 'R') Best viewed zoomed in slightly.
Info: Created on 8th October 2010 . Last edited on 6th November 2010.
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You could of put lower case letters.
Comment by coonotadfoo 31st October 2010
Wow! Great first FontStruction!
Comment by Tylo 31st October 2010
Keep in mind, this is my first fontstruct and this was done in about 2-3 weeks alongside other projects. Lowercase will come sometime :)
Comment by Joekozak 31st October 2010
Great start, reminds me of a similar project I think some students were set last year, and also p2pnut's work.
It looks like you've got a couple of stray bricks in A,B or F which is causing a bigger line spacing than I think you desire.
Comment by djnippa 31st October 2010
Thanks for the heads up, i'll change those now.
Yeah, this is the same project as the year before I think. I was trying to get a different approach to the word decay, rather than it being broken or moulding away.
Comment by Joekozak 31st October 2010

Seriously good man
Comment by adumdee 31st October 2010
Can you install this font on your PC/MAC? I think you've reach the limitations of the font mortar, making it difficult to upload on to some systems.
Comment by djnippa 31st October 2010
yeah it seems to download, then change when i use it on word. Any way around this? :/
Comment by Joekozak 31st October 2010
additional note, it does work on mine just that I was trying to type not in capitals. My bad
Comment by Joekozak 31st October 2010
I just tried it on mine, it doesn't even recognise it in the view pane. When uploaded, there is nothing to be seen. It's totally blank.
Comment by djnippa 31st October 2010
Managed to open it in Font Studio 5.0 and the following letters are missing - B,M,O,Q,S,W,Z.
I've no idea what's going on.
Comment by djnippa 31st October 2010
If you do add more glyphs, you probably should do so in a separate FontStruction. It sounds like you're reaching the limits of what's possible within one file.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st November 2010
It works in word, photoshop, illustrator etc. Just a few of the letters dont work, O and Q . I'll take some of the detail out of them and see what happens
Comment by Joekozak 1st November 2010
Should be ready for download I hope
Comment by Joekozak 2nd November 2010
Comment by Joekozak 4th November 2010
Cool. I'm digging the sample.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 4th November 2010
Great first font.
Comment by naveenchandru 4th November 2010
:) this is really good!
Comment by Connieg 4th November 2010
Thanks for all the kind words, much appreciated!
Comment by Joekozak 4th November 2010
Comment by Joekozak 6th November 2010
really good, your posters are rad too
Comment by the hass 7th November 2010
Nooooooooo, it hurts my eyes it's too good
Comment by mikebrown1111 7th November 2010
Nooooooooo, it hurts my eyes it's too good
Comment by mikebrown1111 7th November 2010
ah cheers :)
Comment by Joekozak 7th November 2010

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