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Info: Created on 18th April 2018 . Last edited on 15th June 2018.
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Great work. It has the flow of something handwritten, but with utter precision in all the angles and line ends. Love the way "t" lines up with the letters that come after it. Fav'd :D

Comment by zephram 20th April 2018

Still no crowd appreciation on this one? I tried using it like I would use "Papyrus" or a similar font, to great effect. I do think the space width should be much wider, though... I had to do 4 spaces between each word to get this look:

Comment by zephram 23rd April 2018

For some reason I want to call this style "contemporary machinism" (please don't expect a [reasoned?] answer should you want clarification); it looks like assembled by a robot yet somehow reflects the style of the late 1920s into 1930s. Rather good.

Comment by Aeolien 23rd April 2018

@zephram i am interested in what look you are trying to make?

Comment by Poiqz 24th April 2018

I wonder if alternates are possible (v, 8, w, m, etc.)

Comment by anonymous-1520403 24th April 2018

Wow, cool style! Also has handwritten feel to it.

Comment by architaraz 24th April 2018

I don't know how or why the image didn't post before...

Comment by zephram 24th April 2018

changed 8 because it was weird

Comment by Poiqz 25th April 2018

For old style figures, the 8 usually goes above the x-height...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 25th April 2018

I love the design of this one! Just one quick question though, why is it missing uppercase 'H,I,O,Q,R,U,' and 'Y'?

Comment by KrakenSandwich 15th September 2018

This font represents the Ashnikko font you see in her Single called Working B*tch

Comment by Jadenalex 7th December 2019

LOL WHERE IS “H” “I” “O” “Q” “R” U”

Comment by Jadenalex 7th December 2019

ASHNIKKO HAS AN O

Comment by Jadenalex 7th December 2019

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