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Nice! I'm excited to see it when it's done! 10/10
I love this. All of it. For once, I have no suggestions. Not one. I love the Q, and the @ symbol just wins.
@fontstructer101: I believe it is done, and that this looks is intentional xP
All of these letters are so epic I don't even know where to start...
No it's not, fonts that have 96/98 glyphs in Basic Latin is done. No way on earth am I saying that "Because it's not finished, this is bad" because it's awesome! Just a few punctuation glyphs are missing, that's all.
Oh yeah, where is meek? This should be a top pick or somethin'.
Excellent! U/V just should be more distinguished.
Glad you liked it, I'll see what I can do about rest punctuation.
Well, changed them a bit, but there's not much I can do about them. Also changed E.
Another winner - with that unmistakable architaraz style. Not a bad glyph anywhere. 10/10
Love this. So cool. 10/10
I like this font too! Futuristic, deconstructive, modern...? Great! But, IMHO, the "F" needs a little bit space at their right side because it collide with the next glyphs. That must be intentional, I suppose.
@fontstructer101: You meant the punctuation. xP I thought you mean the way it looked, LOL!
Yeap, that was intentional, so that it would better connect with lowercase.
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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