zirius eYe/FS

by elmoyenique

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An old idea I had to get out of my head. I hope you like it.
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    Created on 10th March 2011. Last edited on 12th December 2011.
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An old idea I had to get out of my head. I hope you like it.
Comment by elmoyenique 11th december 2011
Comment by elmoyenique 11th december 2011
Mayan Science Fiction! Me likes! :-) 10/10
Comment by riccard0 11th december 2011
Hey Elmo, this one proves you can be also really excellent in more adventurous and unusual paths, here making an improbable mix of futuristic, alien and some sort of western feel. What a pity you had to make polygonal curves due to the limits of FS. Maybe Williaum, our magician of composites, could find a solution avoiding straight lines in that 3x3 cases arc configuration...
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th december 2011
Great job!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 12th december 2011
Really cool mix of the past and the future! 10/10
I like the sample too!
Comment by cablecomputer 12th december 2011
Hey, I see a mistake on the sample, there are two eights on the sample.
Comment by cablecomputer 12th december 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zirius eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 12th december 2011
It m ay not be the most legible font, but it has masses of character. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 12th december 2011
Congratulation on the TP! :-)
I didn't even noticed that it didn't use curves, but it surely could (and filters would be useful just to make it easier to draw w).
Comment by riccard0 12th december 2011
The simpler, the better ) I like it. Thnx
Comment by kassymkulov 12th december 2011
Wow! Thanks all for the support!
@riccard0: Thanks, pal; I hope to see the 2013! And I'll try to get the right curves for this font, sure.
@ne: Dear compañero, you're right about my difficulties with the arcs in the corners... I hope to find one better solution for the font.
@Yautja, @cablecomputer: Thanks a lot, amigos. @cable: thank you once again, 4 eyes are better than 2... there are two 8s.
@meek: Estimated boss, thanks a lot for this new bit of energy.
@p2pnut, @architaraz: all my hours infront of the screen are very well recompensed with your words, thanks!
Comment by elmoyenique 13th december 2011
Actually I started trying to reproduce it using "macaroni" bricks for the curves. Using 2x2 filters, I cannot use a clone, and had to go back and forth betweeen two different fontstructor windows.
One curve which is worst that the one obtainable with 1x1 filters is the top-right-of-cell internal curve. You could see three possible alternatives on 3 and 8.
Here's my effort as now: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/579529
If you think it could be useful for you, please clone it. Then I will take it down.
Comment by riccard0 14th december 2011
Thanks a looot, riccard0!!! What a nice Xmas gift!
Comment by elmoyenique 15th december 2011
I'm glad you liked! :-)
Comment by riccard0 16th december 2011
Very quirky; very cool.
Comment by thalamic 3rd january 2012
@thalamic: Thanks, master. I'm glad you liked! (repeating what riccard0 said) ;-D
Comment by elmoyenique 4th january 2012
Makes me think of that move "Cowboys vs Aliens."
Comment by jphturtle 31st august 2012

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