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Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 14th october 2012
Inverse hairline font with sublime curves hints technical brilliance. You know something we do not, that's plain. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 14th october 2012
stunning! Your technique is awesome! 10 is not enough.
Comment by naveenchandru 14th october 2012
I clone it just to see how you realise it... I'm realy impress, brillant technique and the result is awesome
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 14th october 2012
Wow. Words cannot describe. Keep it up. 10/10 +fave
Comment by demonics 14th october 2012
Skillful filterwork? The result is great! z seems to be slightly different. 10/10
Comment by four 14th october 2012
Quite sublime. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 14th october 2012
@four // Counting filters, I think the grid height is about 4! Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is AMAZING. 4 bricks for such a thin and light design? Amazing.
Comment by demonics 15th october 2012
If you haven't cloned it now.

There is some nifty brickwork going on here.

Comment by aphoria 15th october 2012
This isn't... but how can... I had no idea that...
Comment by chr.s 15th october 2012
The beginning of a New Era.
Comment by elmoyenique 15th october 2012
Comment by cablecomputer 15th october 2012
Thou found the secret passage from the Expert Mode to the Alchemist Mode and patiently elaborated the Philosopher's Stone Formula giving to Fontstruct its eternal Vector life only heard of in a so old legend that even the wiser men on Earth had forgotten it!
I can hear Pierre de Fermat soul applausing you from the Heaven and directing an everseen Angels Fanfare from the Skies! HAIL WILLIAUM FULL OF GRACE we poor fontstructors salute you! HALLELLUJAH!
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 15th october 2012
When you manage the FS bricks in other formats can be rise some special points of view, like this one (bricks scaping from the grid). It's only an idea, but...
Comment by elmoyenique 15th october 2012
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Comment by kassymkulov 16th october 2012
>mind blown
Comment by Houlaiziaa 16th october 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs light” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 28th october 2012
Reflecting upon fs light more reveals that you have even gotten the stroke contrast right with a stem width of as little as 1/10th of a brick. You can visualise in a way that not many others can. Congratulations.
Comment by demonics 28th october 2012
Another ruinous 'toner sucker'… Ask for permission at work !-)
Comment by dpla 9th april 2013

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