Revivage1

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by Aeolien
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Info: Created on 12th September 2017 . Last edited on 18th October 2017.
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Why do you have 2 ẞ's?

Comment by anonymous-1466233 13th September 2017

@ xXxBox: I keep searching and improving to increase my typographic skills  ;) and apply learned info if I see fit. Seriously, look>http://www.fontblog.de/typografen-feiern-das-versal-eszett/

Comment by Aeolien 13th September 2017

If you are on an xbox, you can see the characters at the end of the General Punctuation block...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 13th September 2017

@Aeolien - This reminds me of the chunky 'futuristic' 'computer' fonts from 1970s.  Absolutely wonderful!  :^)

Comment by Goatmeal 13th September 2017

@ xXxBox: because I sometimes want to grow beyond personal limitations? Seriously, I forgot to delete a trial ẞ. I admit the second one is pointless in this display font but stays, as an alternate.

Comment by Aeolien 13th September 2017

@ Goatmeal: thank you, they did inspire me. But when I encountered my (half-eaten!) design page in our dog's basket I decided his "rearranged retro" version of the 70s design was more up-to-date ;)

Comment by Aeolien 13th September 2017

Hm, xbox, hey-wot? I use a pedal powered solid and large Heath Robinson computer with PS/2 input and a plug-in font cartridge. Modern IT gear is less solid, more challenging and too expensive ;)

Comment by Aeolien 13th September 2017

Feels like it'd be right at home on a William Hartnell episode of Doctor Who. Love it!

Comment by Allison James (NAL) 14th September 2017

@NAL:Thank you, I hadn't thought of that. Yes, the style fits that period. We watched  Pertwee, Baker and Davison and brilliant skin-crawler effects without CGI.

Comment by Aeolien 18th September 2017

lc ì missing grave...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 3rd October 2017

@ xBox: thank you, well spotted :) I've corrected it.

Comment by Aeolien 4th October 2017

Gardisign? What happened to the Aeolien Sig?

Comment by anonymous-1466233 6th October 2017

xBox: I needed 'our' name on the font, for copyright reasons; the font will go into a collection of our combined fonts for sale at a show. I'll redo my FS sig after download.

Comment by Aeolien 6th October 2017

Does the telephone glyph have to be larger?

Comment by anonymous-1466233 6th October 2017

xBox: I should reduce the height of the  phone, might try later as it opens the line more than I want. But it'll keep the size if I run out of time.

Comment by Aeolien 6th October 2017

How many bricks are used?

Comment by anonymous-1466233 8th October 2017

xBox: I reduced the height of the phone by changing the shape. It has 35 bricks incl. 11 composites all of which were turned somewhere. Be inspired now, as it'll have to go private.

Comment by Aeolien 8th October 2017

8/10 , Nice. You have such good work, may help tell me what I can do better with my fonts.

Comment by Floppy T 8th October 2017

Ok, ill save a screenhot of it...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 8th October 2017

@ q375324 : as the FS suggestions forum isn't for my personal observation my reply to you is here. Erstens ist dein Isogram in keiner mir bekannten nordwesteuropäischen Sprache ein Wort; zweitens erscheint es generell 'undeutsch'; drittens ists kein Kunstwort und hat dementsprechend weder erkennbaren Sinn noch die entsprechende bekannte Erweiterungsmöglichkeit; viertens bedeutet "deutsche Pangramme" grundsätzlich dass keine Fremdsprachverbauung dargeboten wird. Und letztlich: Zephram hat diese besonderen englischen Pangramme zur Illustration seiner Schrift benutzt/erstellt. Ich hingegen erwünsche deutsche Pangramme (nicht nur für deutsch schreibende Schriftentester) die allgemein bekannt für Schriftvorstellung bzw. Schriftbildbeispiele in deutscher Sprache sind, es gibt hiervon ebenso viele sinnvolle abwechslungsreiche Sätze für Deutschsprechende wie sie für Englischsprechende in deren 'sample text' existieren.

Comment by Aeolien 9th April 2019

@Aeo Nun, die Pangramme, über die ich spreche, sind unter Englisch, und das Vereinigte Königreich hat Englisch als Amtssprache...

q375324: du hast Recht, englische Pangramme sind für englisch Sprechende wichtig. Deshalb sind Pangramme für Deutschsprachiges logisch und somit sind deutsche Pangramme in der Vielfalt wie sie hier fürs Englische angeboten werden ebenfalls angebracht. Danach dann 2 -3 französische ...

Comment by Aeolien 10th April 2019

oui!

Comment by beate 10th April 2019

lol @ beate ;) si t'en connais... j'y suis coincé, j'en connais pas d'autres pangrammes français pour tester certains glyphes dans des phrases plus 'normales'. Certes on ne lis pas ce texte,  mais il me fait trébucher quand je vérifie certaines polices: actuellement la fluidité visuelle y manque dans notre pangramme (trop de colons/espaces?)

Comment by Aeolien 10th April 2019

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