by fontcollector

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An extremely thin hairline octagonal font.
Info Created on 4th July 2012 . Last edited on 8th August 2012.
License Creative Commons
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Why is the N like that? You're freely using slants everywhere else...
Comment by Screenhog 13th July 2012
@Screenhog: I'm not entirely happy with either of the N glyphs. I found an acceptable diagonal for the large cap N, but not for the small cap. I'll keep trying, and thanks for your comment.
Comment by fontcollector 14th July 2012
@Screenhog: You were right! I've revised each N character with a central diagonal. These glyphs may appear a tiny bit narrow when compared to other letters, but I'm satisfied with they way they are now.
Comment by fontcollector 14th July 2012
Very nice!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 14th July 2012
@Yautja: I really appreciate your favorable remark!
Comment by fontcollector 14th July 2012
Another elegant design Dan. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 14th July 2012
@p2pnut: Ray, I value your opinion much more highly than anyone else's, so I'm very happy that you approve! Cheers!
Comment by fontcollector 14th July 2012
Diacritics and a few other glyphs were added today.
Comment by fontcollector 7th August 2012
More diacritics were created this morning.
Comment by fontcollector 8th August 2012
Beautiful font! Reminds me of my Pixperience, but even better. 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 21st December 2012
@winty5: Thanks for your favorable comment!
Comment by fontcollector 21st December 2012