cloned from Solemn Bold by aphoria, and Solemn by aphoria
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A nice variation. Yes, I can see the point: the neighbouring letters merge or connect better. I like both versions. 10/10
Worthwhile exercise ... I think it helps to tie the letters together.
Thanks guys. I tried it out, at thalamic's suggestion, and thought it worked pretty well.
Cool beans. :-)
But the dropping of bends has the effect of making the letter wider. They will need to be narrowed a bit. Or maybe just widen the N a bit, and all should be set.
Yeah, I noticed that too. I widened the N a tad and I think it looks much better.
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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