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While I sat by our fire watching the flames, warming my feet and imagining some fragrant stew while reading some Macbeth, I thought that I needed a bubble font for my font "cauldron" ;)
Made horizontal lines on some caps more 'bubbly'
You can almost smell the witch's brew. 10/10
I would reduce the height of the 't' a bit (it doesn't need to be the full height of the ascenders).
@p2p: I reduced height by 2; you're right it looks much better, almost less 'fragile'? Also I angled the top like on the r and f, for 'integration' into the bubble-rounded look I get at my favourite font sizes.
It's cool to see how you're inspired by the outside world. A good font for Halloween. 10/10
Lokking a lot better, but I still think you could be bolder about reducing the 't'.
In the example below I have shown the 'x' and 'X' (the 'x' and 'l' in the pic). I usually place the cross stroke of the 't' on the 'x' height and drop the height of the 't' to suit. Hope this helps :)
@p2p: I have reduced the height and lowered the cross bar of the "t". You're right, it integrates better like this. Thanks :)
Lookin' good :) Glad I could be of some assistance.
A very even, handwritten flow despite the inherent rigidity of its forms. The sprightly, angular effect is reminiscent of the lively lettering found in mid-century advertising.
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