HyperLynk Down

by geneus1
Cloned from HyperLynk by geneus1.

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These fontstructions come resurrected thanks to Aphoria's trick of editing on a full screen with keyboard shortcuts in Firefox. Originally inspired by Funk King back when everyone was releasing 3D fontstructions. I gave up because it was too much of a hassle to scroll up and down to edit a full glyph. Now, not so much. Frodo7's Sierpinski series has also given me new ideas for rendering alternate letter forms. Can you see what I'm talking about?

Dash=Small Spacer
Underline=Large Spacer
Less Than= Small Opener
Greater Than=Small Closer
Left Parenthesis= Large Opener
Right Parenthesis= Large Closer
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Info: Created on 26th March 2010 . Last edited on 26th March 2010.
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There are even more ways to compose letters by connecting the cubes. (Read also my comment on Hyperlynk) 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 26th March 2010

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