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I wanted to make a vertically heavy font, and what better sources of inspiration than Arabic script and Western typography. I think it made a good mix; it seems very desert like.
Info Created on 12th September 2011 . Last edited on 16th January 2012.
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How to use: Capitals connect high, minuscules connect low, so which to use depends on the previous letter.

Would have worked better with opentype, but I have no software to do that.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 9th January 2012
Very clever. Excellent work.
Comment by djnippa 9th January 2012
very desert-like and unique! I like it!
Comment by raiu 10th January 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Dry Heat (medials)” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th January 2012
On testing 'k' looks a little awkward. Here are a few alternatives, you may prefer.
Comment by djnippa 10th January 2012
Congrats for the TP! Btw, I'm with the 4th style from djnippa (you have used this curved finish form before, and it integrate the glyph a lot). The "s" and "z" glyphs maybe must need some extra tentatives, imho.
Comment by elmoyenique 10th January 2012
Sorry for my disastrous english. I want said tath the "s" and the"z" appears a little out of the general style to me... but I'm sure you're probed all these suggestions before share the font. Great family, great job, as usual!
Comment by elmoyenique 10th January 2012

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