fs iie

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Info: Created on 15th February 2011 . Last edited on 8th March 2013.
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23 Comments

Comment by thalamic 6th March 2013
It seems that this fs might have had a chance. Then I got to it. End of story.
Comment by thalamic 6th March 2013
Mmmmm!!! May we have a solid version to layer it with?!!
Comment by fugitiveglue 6th March 2013
a to be top pick, never seen something like this here. love it 10/10
Comment by regular_one 6th March 2013
This is awesome. It looks strange but amazing at the same time~ 10/10+fav
Comment by Umbreon126 7th March 2013
Totally agree with umbreon. :D
Comment by Noah (winty5) 7th March 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs iie” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 7th March 2013
Awesome, fresh and original. Typical thalamic.
Comment by laynecom 7th March 2013
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 7th March 2013
AFT, I was just about to do the same sample :) YES, indeed!
Comment by architaraz 7th March 2013
This great design has an almost origami feel to it - wonderful! 10/10+
Comment by p2pnut 7th March 2013
@ATF & architaraz: Hey!, me too!
Comment by elmoyenique 7th March 2013
Oh, yes. :-) Mature, Greek-inspired shapes. 10/10
Comment by demonics 7th March 2013
Fantastic! Graffiti meets origami.
Comment by four 7th March 2013
Thank you everyone for the nice and kind comments. I'm quite surprised at this response. This fs seems like a mess to me. The challenge was managing the thin-thick strokes. If all strokes were even thickness, it would have been possible to manage the 23° and 67° angles but because of the varying thicknesses, lining up the bricks got tricky. That's why, if you notice, all the thick strokes are not the same and neither are the thin ones. Which resulted in quite a few stroke thicknesses. This is why some letters seem more substantial than other. But geometrically, I couldn't find any other solution. This is why I say this fs is a mess. Consequently, your comments are very kind indeed. Thanks.
Comment by thalamic 7th March 2013
What you call a "mess" is way, way better than some people's best. I am working on something which is geometrically similar, and with both this font and my font, I don't perceive any problem with the thickness of the strokes. To me, this is spectacular, and if you've noticed, it's barely second to db Soda on the TP list. Keep going!
Comment by ETHproductions 7th March 2013
Dear master: I try some "tricky" (and soft) solutions for you here. It's just a difficult treat, you know. Be benevolent, please.
Comment by elmoyenique 7th March 2013
Comment by elmoyenique 7th March 2013
Interesting font. Do you plan to add umlauted vowels to go with that sharp S?
Comment by jimhv 7th March 2013
Comment by thalamic 8th March 2013
For nearly 4 months, db Soda has been the highest rated fontstruction. Now it's fs iie with a rating of 9.5. Could it get a 10.0 rating? Let's hope no trolls get this one. 10/10 myself.
Comment by Jamie Place (FontBlast) 9th March 2013
I used this on for my kids school fundraiser t-shirt.

Below is a sample picture of the shirt...we had over 550 shirts printed with this on it!

The Hornet Hike is name of our school's annual fundraiser. I apologize for butchering the "T", but the original "T" could be read as a "Y", turning it into the "HORNEY HIKE"...wouldn't be good on an elementary school shirt. :)
Comment by aphoria 2nd October 2015
That is so cool. I love it.
Thanks, aphoria.
Comment by minimum 3rd October 2015

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