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not much time, just had to bottle up the idea. it's all about balanced spacing.
Info: Created on 29th October 2012 . Last edited on 2nd November 2012.
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I love this. It's very clean, but F should be one brick skinnier. Good job!
Comment by demonics 29th October 2012
@demonics: thanks & done.
Comment by regular_one 29th October 2012
Ah, smart use of inktraps. Without going full mono, this is as close to perfect letter spacing as is currently possible at this scale. Impressive, really.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 30th October 2012
@will.i.ૐ : thank you! (makes me blush)
Comment by regular_one 31st October 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “straight sans” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 16th November 2012

theres a glitch when you scroll down |:)

Comment by TheSoul903 Today, 10:07 PM

Hi, @TheSoul903... That is probably his brick palette glyph. There are lots of bricks where you can custom make them.  But if you delete the last one used with the eraser, it leaves your User Brick panel and you have to remake it to get it back. But when you dedicate a glyph to your bricks, you will always have it as long as you don't delete that glyph or the brick in it. 

This also allows you to lay out bricks in a manner that makes sense to you. Everyone's brain works a bit differently. I don't mean to be critical, but I see ways to speed up the character making process by arranging the User Bricks panel in a manner that I am not searching for the exact brick I need, by arranging them in a manner that makes sense to me. But someone else might look at my arrangement and want to rearrange it for what is best for them.  I'm not saying that's what's up, only that that is another reason to have an all brick glyph.

That said, sometimes that doesn't even work because of strange weirdness and whether or not the typography universe is smiling down on you today.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Today, 12:53 AM

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