fs Bank

by thalamic

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Info: Created on 31st December 2011 . Last edited on 5th January 2012.
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Comment by thalamic 1st January 2012
Ooh! Nice to see you using real curves in your construction. Don't suppose you'd consider making the q descender go the other direction? I suppose it means losing the curve, which would be a pity.
Comment by intaglio 2nd January 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs Bank” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 2nd January 2012
Comment by elmoyenique 4th January 2012
How you can get a fantastic neo art deco font out of spermatozoids shapes is a complete mystery. You're an alchemist. My only regret is that you couldn't find a way to draw a double bar on the "x"; as it is the only one without it, it seems a bit out of the picture.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 4th January 2012
Comment by thalamic 5th January 2012
LMAO @ the image!!!! :-)

More seriously, it really shows the design off to its best. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 6th January 2012
Can you please make it clone-able because I love the font but I want to change it a bit and rename it
Comment by michael.odwyer2000 19th January 2012
Strange love.
Comment by thalamic 19th January 2012

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