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Info: Created on 19th February 2012 . Last edited on 21st February 2012.
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Each individual glyph is fine ... but the tightness of the spacing makes the font unreadable at all but large display sizes.
Comment by p2pnut 20th February 2012
I know about it, but I can't do anything... The bold style of a font sometimes unreadable at small sizes. So, it only can used for a large size designs.
Comment by cablecomputer 20th February 2012
Comment by cablecomputer 20th February 2012
Interesting design, but M,N don't really fit into this pattern, I think )
Anyways, good job! 10/10.
Comment by architaraz 20th February 2012
Nice one 10/10, but smaller size needs more space!
Comment by four 20th February 2012
@architaraz: You right, I will change it soon. Thanks for the comment!
@four: I'm agree with you, but I can't do anything. That's the style of the font.
Comment by cablecomputer 21st February 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Mr. Ken” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 5th July 2012
Whoa, thanks for the TP meek!
Comment by cablecomputer 5th July 2012
Congrats, didn't realise when I saw this first how you had made it...
Comment by four 5th July 2012

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