CauldronBubbles (Macbeth)

by Aeolien

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I just read some Macbeth and thought that I needed to make the bubbles for my font "cauldron" ;) Can't see the bubbly look of the font at this pixel size... It looks better when smaller or larger and on a plain background.
Info Created on 18th January 2013 . Last edited on Fri, 2nd October.
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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" ;)
Comment by Aeolien 21st January 2013
Made horizontal lines on some caps more 'bubbly'
Comment by Aeolien 21st January 2013
Really neat!
Comment by jphturtle 22nd January 2013
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).
Comment by p2pnut 23rd January 2013
@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.
Comment by Aeolien 23rd January 2013
It's cool to see how you're inspired by the outside world. A good font for Halloween. 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 23rd January 2013
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 :)
Comment by p2pnut 24th January 2013
@p2p: I have reduced the height and lowered the cross bar of the "t". You're right, it integrates better like this. Thanks :)
Comment by Aeolien 24th January 2013
Lookin' good :) Glad I could be of some assistance.
Comment by p2pnut Today, 12:12 PM