by geneus1

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02012011. Large Scale, minimal brick usage. 90 grid spaces high, 26 brick shapes.


Comment by geneus1 27th august 2011
Beautiful letters delineated by slender strokes and graceful hyperbolas. The polygonal nature of the curves only revealed at larger sizes. (Tiny ink traps at Z,3.) Aesthetics of elegance cast in letters. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 27th august 2011
Stunningly elegant.
Comment by 3moDuDe 27th august 2011
Geneus1, this is excellent!!!!
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 27th august 2011
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 28th august 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Paradoxx” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 29th august 2011
Congrats on the TP...very deserving.
Comment by aphoria 29th august 2011
Elegant and clean (I was about to make some crass comment about that being what I liked in a woman .... but ).... ;)
Comment by p2pnut 29th august 2011
@p2pnut lol...I like your sense of humor. :)
Comment by aphoria 29th august 2011
It’s so nice! Letters are so smooth!

(Aren’t you going to add some more ones?)
Comment by arseniiv 31st august 2011
Great work.
Comment by cynthialroth 1st september 2011
Thank you all for taking the time to write your uplifting comments, they are greatly appreciated.

@p2pnut: Elegant and clean are words I would associate with your work, and I know you're too much of a gentleman for anything crass...but I'm not. So I can say this: "I like my women like I like my fonts - she has to have a pretty face and come from a nice family." ;-) hehe

@meek: Thanks for the TP!

@Frodo7: Thanks for the elegant comment.

@arseniiv: I wasn't really planning on adding more just yet, but I'll ponder requests. This was released mainly to contrast fontstructing methodologies with William's fs_Rondeux.
Comment by geneus1 2nd september 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Paradoxx” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th october 2011
Congrats, maestro!
Comment by elmoyenique 10th october 2011
Comment by kerimsel 10th october 2011
These three features are some of the strongest I can remember – all gathered in one place and time. Good tidings for FontStructions still to come! Well done, Gene! 10/10
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 11th october 2011
"Witness an exquisite and controlled variation of stroke rarely seen on FontStruct. This is a beautiful FontStruction which rewards close examination, revealing sophisticated details."

I just had to copy that text here. Who writes this stuff? I'm blushing. Thank you Meek for this pleasant surprise. The honor of a featured fontstruction is totally unexpected. But what's Mahgreb?

@elmoyenique: Thank you, maestro.

@kerimsel: Thank you?

@will: Thank you, my friend. I must admit to feeling some unworthiness in the company of my featured compatriots, p2pnut and beate. But surely, I was thinking your fs Rondeux would befit the present selection of features.

Comment by geneus1 11th october 2011
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 11th october 2011
Wow!! This is great! It is the simple, basic ones that deserve some of the most appreciation, because lines such as those are nearly impossible to make on fontstruct (no judgements!!!)
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 20th october 2011
not paradox its like very gentel very simple very good :D
Comment by sinanisler 27th october 2011
Comment by kassymkulov 7th december 2011
Maybe, I'm a bit too late to comment on this font. This is basic, but very clean, beautiful, stunning, and nearly impossible to make this on Fontstruct, wow!
Comment by cablecomputer 15th december 2011
Just a fantastic font: simple and elegant! Well done!
Comment by Tristana63 16th december 2011
Good job!
Comment by LoveHorses 29th december 2011
hOW DID YOU make this its so cool
im trying to make a font now but its so hard plz write back :S
Comment by liamjacobs 23rd february 2012
@liamjacobs Practice, practice, practice!

Also, check out DJNippa's All Composites saved in MY BRICKS for help with composites and extra angles that you don't get with the regular bricks.
Comment by aphoria 24th february 2012
How would I go about using this font in Illustrator?
Comment by sarahlust9 25th february 2012
@sarahlust9: Download it, extract the .ttf file and instal it on your computer.
Comment by p2pnut 25th february 2012
@p2pnut:, @aphoria: Thanks for answering questions here guys! Time has become a precious commodity for me and it is much appreciated. Spending any time creating on FontStruct is now a guilty pleasure and an excursion from the reality of pressing responsibilities.

@sarah: I don't mean to be a meanie, but this made me laugh when someone did it to me after asking a 'newbie' type of question. I actually did find it helpful though.

@liam: I'd listen to what aphoria says. Make lots of fonts. Start on the easier ones. Imitation may be the sincerest form of typographic flattery. As you can see, there are a lot of nice, friendly, and knowledgeable people here. Except me. I'm a meanie. No, I'm not. Yes I am. no.
Comment by geneus1 25th february 2012
@geneus1 No problem...glad to assist.

And it's good to hear from you...hope to see you around more some time in the future!
Comment by aphoria 28th february 2012
@MEEK : THere's a huge SPAM activity on the comments of this font
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 7th march 2012

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