Freeman Industrial

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by Raymie

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A roundcut, FF Meta-inspired typeface with 207+19 characters and growing. Because of the limitations of FontStruct, those last 19 characters are their own typeface, Freeman Industrial 2. International support is limited to More Latin letters at this point - the addition of the remaining characters brings the character count to 207. Freeman Industrial, like its bigger sister (Dragon of the Seas), will support Greek and Cyrillic - eventually, anyway. [24 August 2008] A potential character confusion problem regarding the Å glyph has been resolved.
Info: Created on 17th July 2008 . Last edited on 22nd September 2008.
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This actually came out better than I hoped it would have. I was actually once throwing around the idea of a Dragon of the Seas Rounded. This is probably what it would have looked like.

It looks really good at small sizes (take a peek at the pixel preview). I dropped a Dragon of the Seas PX (pixel font) project because it was too much work (and this font was calling my name.)
Comment by Raymie 18th July 2008
What can I say besides that I love your font.
Comment by hamsterbytes 11th April 2011

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