by Tom CB

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Based on some drawings I did a while back. I'll hopefully be adding new characters all the time to make a more comprehensive font. Any feedback will be greatly received, especially on the lower case 'k', 'x' and 'z'.
Info: Created on 23rd August 2014 . Last edited on 31st August 2014.
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I like the general idea, and I'm waiting for the rest of the glyphs. BTW, you must increase the space between words, IMHO.
Comment by elmoyenique 25th August 2014
A great start - looking forward to seeing more.
Comment by p2pnut 25th August 2014
Thanks for your input guys :) I'll try adding more glyphs soon.
Comment by Tom CB 25th August 2014
I think that the descender on the z might fit better into the font if it were as long and with the 'serif' kind of tail as the y.
The distance between j and the preceeding letter (when in a word) looks too large, try moving the j more to the blue line on the left.
Comment by Aeolien 25th August 2014
Very nice. :) I agree about the j: you can negative-space characters by the way; i.e., in the case of j, you can have the stem flush with the left marker. The same applies to the t: you can set the spacing after the bar t better balance the negative space between characters.
Comment by TCWhite 25th August 2014
Great start and looking forward to more glyphs. I agree with the feedback and would also suggest to sit t on the baseline.
Comment by four 26th August 2014
A really great start, but for me, there are a number of inconsistencies. Although sometimes breaking your own rules can be part of creating the right look.
Here are my suggestions:-
The 'f' has three possibilities. The best one will shine through, when you do some trial tests.
i & j. I would lower the dots slightly, It looks less regimented then, and is usually the norm on most fonts. I would also flip the top half of the 'j' horizontally. It is more consistence with the rest of your design then. The tops of i and j are usually the same,
'k' - flip the right side top and bottom horizontally, otherwise this simply doesn't work.
't' - I would lower the stem, otherwise it looks a little tall.
'u' - although this technically breaks a rule, it should be somewhat similar to the 'w', so I would flip the top of the right vertical horizontally.
'x' - again breaks a rule, but 'x' always does. Needs totally flipping outward just like the right side of the 'k'.
'y' - the top of the 'y' should be consistent with 'u' and first half of 'w' (sometimes), so this needs flipping horizontally as well.
You've also bridged/connected a,c,e,m,n,o,u,v,w. I would suggest you might want to think about bridging the rest, as 'h' and 'n' should be very similar.
I personally would join them for better readability, and possibly add the little serif that you have done on the 'a', to the b,d,g,m,n,p,q,r and u.
Comment by djnippa 23rd October 2014
Wait, wouldn't the x then have the same issue as the j (inconsistency of the tops of the letters)?
Comment by minidonut 23rd October 2014
Yes, but as I said above "'x' - again breaks a rule, but 'x' always does."
Comment by djnippa 24th October 2014

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