Fancy dress party

by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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Simply dressing up the letters, but I need some help with the last ones. What should the c and s wear? And I don't want doubles. So far: a - tailcoat ; b - coat with two rows of buttons ; c - ; d - bowler hat ; e - a handkerchief in its pocket ; f - collar ; g - flower ; h - tie and jacket ; i - tuxedo with butterfly ; j - tie ; k - top hat ; l - vest ; m - naval uniform jacket ; n - epaulette ; o - polo shirt; p - shirt, vest and tie ; q - blazer ; r - vest and tie ; s - ; t - short vest and tie ; u - glove ; v - belt ; w - fancy sleves; x - monocle ; y - high heels; z - shoe
Info: Created on 14th May 2009 . Last edited on 27th March 2011.
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There, I found the font I was looking for. See the three or four fonts I just published, I found when I was looking for this one in my archive of unpublished/-finished fonts. I could really use a search function in my own fonts, it's getting pretty messy back there.

Oh, and happy St. Patrick's Day!
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 17th March 2011
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 18th March 2011
:) well crafted
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 19th March 2011
The c needs heels.

Funny, I like it. 7/10.
Comment by BanjoZebra 19th March 2011
And the o needs a polo shirt.
Thanks for putting my idea on the y. :D
Comment by BanjoZebra 26th March 2011
I felt it fit better with the y ;) I'll see what I can do about the polo
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 26th March 2011
The s could be someone tightening his tie, with the negative space being the arms!
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 23rd May 2011
The s could be someone tightening his tie, with the negative space being the arms!
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 23rd May 2011
oops, accidentally posted twice
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 23rd May 2011
That's a really good idea, ishallcallhimsquishy. I'm going to work on it soon ;D
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 23rd May 2011
Somehow there’s a way to slip that c into a cummerbund.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 24th May 2011
C = top hat (slanted forward) and S = dress shoes (at the bottom (kneeling down))
Comment by font-structer 18th September 2012

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