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Utilizing the propeller bricks to make curves with split ends. To make banner ends use (parentheses) and [square brackets], and use the underscore between letters to continue the banner. Here is an [e_x_a_m_p_l_e)


Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 11th november 2013
Comment by thalamic 12th november 2013
Your banner/pangram sample is wonderful!
Comment by SquarePeg 12th november 2013
I was very curious to see how you did the f top curve and cut. Since you left clone on, I explored. Very interesting. It would have never occurred to me to do that.

However, because you are using a 2×2 filter and full size bricks, the placement is tricky. You had to place the quarter corner-cut brick a grid block below the 4×4 bricks.

The following image is an example of an alternate way to achieve the same result. The triangle arrow bricks could have been quartered as well as the corner-curve bricks. Then The shape you wanted could've been made without any overlapping bricks, with each brick of the 4×4 corner you created occupying only one grid block in the 2×2 filter scheme. All this to make selection easier.

Just a thought.
Comment by thalamic 12th november 2013
Nice! I especially like this cause it reminds me of the technique used in AT Taspa. (and also some similar FSs like Lenta and lentalicious). Cool, banners!
Comment by kassymkulov 12th november 2013
I'm with thalamic. And I like this kind of experiments with FS. My 10 is 4U.
Comment by elmoyenique 12th november 2013
Comment by laynecom 12th november 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Ribbons and banners” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 12th november 2013
@Thalamic: Nice solution. I found a solution to make these bricks without a 2x2 filter, too.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 12th november 2013
Thank you all! And thank you, meek, for the top pick! :D
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 12th november 2013
Great! It's like a mix of AT Taspa and fs quotable. I like the g, k and s. Any plans for uppercase?
Comment by ETHproductions 13th november 2013
Very inventive.
Comment by p2pnut 13th november 2013
Now with capitals, and / and \ make decorative curls in the middle of a banner.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th november 2013
*registration of course. Silly me!
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th november 2013
Love how the terminals of the glyphs echo the banner ends.
Comment by four 13th november 2013
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th november 2013
This is awesome. I love your g. :)
Comment by sarreyn 13th november 2013
Flashing sample! Congrats for the TP, compsñero!
Comment by elmoyenique 13th november 2013
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th november 2013
Okay, now I'm done playing around with samples. I don't think I've ever done this many.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th november 2013
A brilliant idea, quite unusual! And the samples show your font perfectly and give ideas for use ;) 10/10
Comment by Aeolien 14th november 2013
The top of the font get's chopped off, anyone else have the same problem?
Comment by shenay 28th february 2014

I have just downloaded it again. I have no problems with culling. Might have been a bug in an earlier version...

Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 2nd march 2016

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