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Excellent work, really like the 'a,v,w'. From the preview the s's, although a great shape look a little fat, and have a darker colour than the rest. I'm sure you've already noticed and are probably restricted by the curves. Lower g looks a little awkward as well. Still a 10/10 though.
Excellent high contrast font showing the best qualities of FS 2.0. One of the finest of the new crop. 10/10
Very nice work!!!
I love the tail of y
I agree with DjNippa about the g
you're mastering FS
a 10 for me
What an elegant, well balanced beauty. 10/10
I know what you mean about using a manageable Cap height ... once the initial euphoria of FS 2.0 has passed one starts to realise that (slight) compromises are acceptable and the results are still so much better than before.
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Man, that FontBook seems to have landed in some good hands :)
Something is mightily wrong the preview window has lost a few brain cells!
@djnippa: Thanks for lookout. I haven't really edited this in a bit, so the brain cells seem to have gotten lost on their own. It's like typographic Alzheimer's. I'll send a note to dr. meek.
Thanks for the critique too. I wonder if I can get anything past that eagle eye of yours. The s's can be modified further after careful scrutiny. The g was experimental and it grew on me, but I can have a regular looking one after I figure out what's going wrong.
@Frodo7, @Upixel: Thanks!
@p2pnut: Thanks. There are many options that have yet to be exercised outside of mega-scale fontstructions, even with pre-FS2.0 features.
@afrojet: Thanks for the TP. The FontBook was more than I expected. It's really heavy, literally and figuratively. It has references to the designers and the date of creation with lots of high resolution printed samples for its compendium of thousands of fonts. The listing of similar related fonts are also handy.
I just noticed the problems with this FontStruction. It's not just the preview. A few bricks are missing. I'm hoping this is due to the copy-and-paste bug we discussed and hopefully fixed a few weeks back. Anyway, this one needs to be repaired.
Thanks meek. Fixed the missing bricks, although I will miss the 'grunge' version. Middle sections of both S's have been minutely thinned, and new g added.
Thank goodness! I stumbled across this font the other day (via another site) and was saddened to see that it had been destroyed by bugs.
It's amazing! like a serif version of Periculum!
A labyrinth stretches as far as you can type in this wonderfully-puzzling conceptual FontStruction.
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