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Looks good, just needs some refining to make it more balanced. M/b/d/p/q look a bit narrow, and some curves could be better, like in C, S, 2. k's arm should be lower, and g might look better if the bottom loop is bigger than the top one. The space character could be wider too. Keep it up!
@Yautja: Thank you for your constructive criticism. I've made those changes, and I'm working on the rest of the numbers and punctuation.
Wow! This is very pretty. 10/10
A very nice design. 10/10
I think the 'f' needs a bit of negative kerning, so that it doesn't leave too large a space when used with curved characters. You would need to be careful with this in relation to the 'i' and 'l', but I think this is a good compromise ...
@p2pnut: Thank you for the suggestion. I didn't adjust the kerning quite as far as you suggested, because it would overlap letters like 'b' and 'h'. The way it is set now, the last circle in the 'f' matches up with the top serifs in the uppercase 'B', 'D' and so on, so it doesn't look like an overlap.
This is really nice! Every character is beautiful. 10/10
I seemed to have a lot of critisism, but it looks great now! Love the &.
@winty5: I'm glad you like it! :)
@yautja: Thank you! I just added the remaining symbols and most of the accents Saturday night. I was messing around with the ampersand for quite a while before I got one that looked right. I didn't have time to finish the accents. I'll finish them later today.
Oh, yeah, and that lowercase c is still a nightmare. I'll fix that too... :-)
This has developed into a really good font. fi and fl ligatures and tilde look excellent in your sample.
@four: Thanks! :-)
Over the last couple of days, I have redesigned more than half the font, making major changes to a bunch of letters. I raised the f's crossbar to x-height, made b, d, e, o, p and q thinner, and fixed the ugly a, as well as many more changes. I also added the new ligatures and made the isolated dots thicker. Suggestions are still welcome, of course...
I don't like the huge tittles on i and j, they don't fit. Other than that, AWE$ØME!!!
Thanks for the tip, winty. The tittles are now slightly smaller (3 grid squares instead of 4).
Better now :)
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs dot serif” is now a Top Pick.
Wow...completely unexpected. Thanks a ton, Mr. Meek! (And by the way, happy birthday!)
Well deserved! Beautiful execution.
A comma looks strange though.
@architaraz: Thanks, I noticed that too. I've changed the comma back to the previous version.
Every word creates a continuous line that runs over the top and bottom of letters, looping at their connections. An ingenious and winning interpretation of the “Connected Script” competition.
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