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This is very nice for a first! Good job. 10/10
@ could use some work though.
Thanks for the kindness, winty5.
I'll take a look at that @ and see if I can make it work.
Update: just changed it. You were right, the first one didn't fit. Thinking this one feels welcomed.
It is on the way to becoming a good first font :)
Here is a way to make the diagonals match the thickness of the other lines ...
The lower case c could be a little more open, to help set it apart from the o. The downward point in the middle of the lower case m could be a little lower. Other than that, this is terrific!
Excellent first one!
Sweet, thanks for the feedback!
@p2pnut: awesome tip! I changed the Z and it looks stronger now. I'll take a look at the other diagonals.
@jphturtle: i opened up the c. you were very right about that! (now it matches the drop of the r). Still looking at the m.
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