Compact and pleasingly round. That's Curvy for you.

The font is built studs out. Every letter is five studs high and most are four studs wide. As such the font is suitable for mosaics, as long as you don't have to make it level with its surrounding layer. The part that gives Curvy its smooth look - #3063 - is also notoriously tricky to fill. (Fun fact: it is nicknamed macaroni for obvious reasons.)

The largest downfall of this otherwise beautiful font is evident when you write its name with it. The V can be interpreted as a U in certain circumstances - a small price to pay for Curvy's pleasing aesthetic.

The font was conceived by Li Li, who kindly agreed to have it included here.

This is what Curvy looks like written in its own font.

Story Time

Steve and John did their job every day, yet they never stopped to consider that their tools might be too small for the task. After all: everything is cool when you're part of a team.

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It's a pretty standard site search, but I'm trying to make it smarter day by day. You can currently search for techniques, parts, sets and contributors. If you can't find what you're looking for contact me and I'll try to help you along and make this better.


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