by planetkojo

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A psuedo-military/sports themed font. Inspired by Armada.
Info Created on 12th April 2009 . Last edited on 13th November 2009.
License Creative Commons
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A good clean, strong font. Perhaps the word spacing needs to be a bit wider or the j a bit narrower as, due to its kerning, the tail of the j overlaps the word space.
Comment by p2pnut 11th November 2009
yeah very nice :)
what about cutting away one half of the "j" bow? and maybe lift the stroke of the "t"?

nice job
Comment by kix 11th November 2009
Thanks for the comments! Yes the "t" crossbar bothered me too. I raised it and the "f" crossbar to match. Also increased the word space slightly. I think it looks better. Thanks again!
Comment by planetkojo 11th November 2009
Looking good :)
Comment by p2pnut 11th November 2009
Clean and solid shapes. I've never seen a "q" with a forward hook. It is admirable to experiment with new forms, but some of them may never work. The g,y are OK, but the q is not my type.
Comment by Frodo7 12th November 2009
The "q" was exactly that, an experiment. It worked for me but it wasn't quite there with the others. I adjusted the tail with a more modern hook. Seems to "feel" better as part of the set.
Comment by planetkojo 13th November 2009
It's a lot better now, and consistent with the rest of the set.
Comment by Frodo7 13th November 2009
So do I change the "g" as well? Much as I'd hate to, I think it may look better with the continuity. Taking opinions.
Comment by planetkojo 14th November 2009
No way! I say: keep the g as it is and consider using that inverted link on the y.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 14th November 2009
Keep the 'g' defo the most creative and distinctive glyph in the set.
You've done the clean solid version, next why not do a more experimental cloned version.
Comment by djnippa 14th November 2009
I would keep the g and use the same descender for the y too. But you don't have to change or discard anything you like. Keep them as alternative glyphs for the same letter. Or you can split the font and make two version of it.

And most of all, you don't have to do anything because someone else said so. Consider the good advice sufficiently and make your informed decision. It is untrammeled freedom that makes creative art so sweet.
Comment by Frodo7 14th November 2009
The g is fine ... the whole set has a finished look to it. Now it gets my 10 :)
Comment by p2pnut 14th November 2009
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Comment by gferreira_admin 16th November 2009
Thanks to everyone for your comments and suggestions. I think they all made for a better font with a clean, clear continuity.
Comment by planetkojo 16th November 2009