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by Aeolien

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Done to the level of actual useability ;) Although I can't see this one being integrated into world renowned computer operating systems..........................

Info: Created on 18th June 2016 . Last edited on 17th January 2018.
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But all I've got is a Phillips-head!

Comment by jonrgrover 16th January 2018

@jonrgrover: (my budding beard says) LOL.

@Aeolien: please keep this WIP project published! (I've finished a related work that I'll post soon, on my own font page this time – now I have 3 minimalist works to release in all…)

Comment by dpla 16th January 2018

LOL @jonrgrover! This only needs a very long and strong finger nail ;)

dpla: I'm continuing with it; it's quite fun to do as the orientation of lines needs planning ;)

Comment by Aeolien 16th January 2018

Et voilà une excellente réussite :) Hope you'll have fun being partly cryptic and partly wayyyyy-out of most usual comfort zones when using this.

Comment by Aeolien 17th January 2018

I think the Q can be done more simply by using a dexter slash in the lower right rather than an X.

Comment by jonrgrover 17th January 2018

Thank you jonrgrover,  I've changed the angle in the two base containers of the Q.

Comment by Aeolien 18th January 2018

Done to the level of actual useability ;) Although I can't see this one being integrated into world renowned computer operating systems ;) For reasonable word space hit  "space" 4 or 5 times.

Comment by Aeolien 18th January 2018

Ah, I see you changed a few elements. I compared my related (and quite more minimal/simple*) design with your first version (that you shared three days before the current one – b.t.w., I could finish the doc Txt that reminds of your early choices: "( ) (/) (\) (|) (-) (X) [and missing (+) ]"). Now that you have finished yourself this difficult puzzle work, I can say we share a few representations. I made it US-ASCII (I could add all the required punctuations/symbols, i.e. 94 unique glyphs in all, but no -feasible- uppercase, you'll see a.s.a.p., I'm still coding a sample image that shows a lot of fractal patterns in pixel art…). Next, I'll share a simple fontstruction (in plain pixel), although the design itself is bound to be copyrighted-by-license (the user shall understand the difficulty, both in concept-art and legibility). FYI, my version fits the minimal LED-art (and any LEDs-based interfaces/microcomputers, nothing 'renowned' FTM, OK). This matrix is great for natural elements (non-artificially aligned ones), esp. using spheres (like beads in pixel art toys), down to atoms…


* In your design, the surrounding circles are not mandatory, even they lower the legibility. (It depends on the context, though, *la barbe!* ;-))

Comment by dpla 22nd January 2018

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