Juliette

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by intaglio
See also Juliette Cloned by mvstdone.

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I started out quite enthusiastic about this one but now I've cooled somewhat.
Info Created on Today, 8:24 PM . Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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    You've done it! Clean, consistent, and uncompromisingly you. The only thing that bothers me an eentsy bit is the triangle sticking above the x. The lowercase k is very attractive and the comma is just masterful.
    Comment by thalamic 26th September 2008
    Yes I think you're right about that x. Why gild the lily?
    Comment by intaglio 26th September 2008
    Encouraged by the sight of that little pink dot I am pressing on with an upper case, and I'm glad I did.

    Interesting issues crop up. Should it be Davida-like or vaguely medieval? I'm inclined to not press the swaying K/k/X/x button too much, which is why I've banished the alternates I was going to use to "more latin". Less is more. The font is already festooned with quite enough jaunty little flicks, probably.
    Comment by intaglio 26th September 2008
    won. der. ful.
    Comment by kix 27th September 2008
    I've made some slight changes since this sampler -- lower case x and t.
    Trudging on to the edge of the alphabet...
    Comment by intaglio 28th September 2008
    very elegant. hope you get enthusiastic again, i'd love to see the extended set.
    Comment by laynecom 29th September 2008
    Thank you for your comment.

    I need to bone up on diacritics by studying "proper" fonts to see how it's done. I've attempted them with only one of my fonts (Empyreus) but I'm embarrassed about them, they look fairly bad.

    So for the moment it will be just the super useful glyphs I'll do like the soft-hyphen and the more common of the diacritics.
    Comment by intaglio 29th September 2008
    Yes! there is a recognizable Intaglio style..
    That "@" kicks!
    Comment by Axel Leyer 3rd October 2008
    One of my favorites of yours.
    Comment by geneus1 11th October 2008
    I agree with geneus1, and would vote a 12 for that ... :)
    Comment by prototype 21st June 2009

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