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I know about the spacing issue on I,J,V and I don't know how to fix it. Help please?
Great job, especially for 2x2 grid! For I/J, you can just move the letter width guide to the left. For V, you could try this:
@Yautja: Like that V. Thanks for the tip!
Not too bad. There are a few issues to fix, and it could be a nice typeface. The X,Y,Z need an overhaul and redesign. The J: I'm not sure about the long descender. A: it looks too similar to R; try the V upside down... The other letters are pretty good. The ,!? should be slanted too. Numbers? Don't worry about spacing and kerning at this stage. First, create all glyphs and make sure they work smoothly together to generate serviceable text. Trusting your skills to make the improvements necessary, granted in advance: 10/10
@Frodo7: Thanks for suggestions, much appreciated! X,Y,Z are really bad, but no ideas for them. You're right about A though, going to fix it. Thanks again.
Do you like the new A,?,!
You set yourself a difficult task here - and have done a pretty good job. Small grid; 2:2 filter and italics!! 10/10
@p2pnut: Thanks master! This is one of my experiments with brick stacking, my favorite feature. :)
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