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Well done. You might want to reduce the space after f, by moving the letter width line a little to the left.
Yautia is right - the 'f' needs a bit of negative kerning - see below:
I would also suggest reducing the cross bar width of the 'f' (and the 't') by one brick either side. The negative kerning on the 'f' means it would clash with the dot of the 'i' - so I would drop the dot two bricks (also the 'j').
Below is the result of those changes:
I forgot to say ... I also dropped the top of the 't' by two bricks.
Hope this helps.
I like the name, it's very suitable and creative :)
@Yautja, p2pnut: Thanks for suggestions!
@architaraz: Thanks, I always want to come up with the most creative names for my fonts.
Fixed f, t.
I'm sorry people, but I will be on FS less and less because my cat has cancer. My family will have to put her to sleep soon, and I'm really sad about it. I'm sorry.
I send you my best thoughts for your grief. Don't forget you're very welcome at any moment, when things will have become less painful.
@AFT: Thanks for the kind words.
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