AT Ayna

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Turned out really well somehow. Ayna means mirror in my language. Still in progress. Thanks.
Info Created on 24th September 2014 . Last edited on 6th October 2014.
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Comment by architaraz 25th September 2014
This has a very sinuous look - like strips of ribbon. Very nice indeed.
Comment by p2pnut 25th September 2014
Hmmm... What a great flavour!
Comment by elmoyenique 25th September 2014
Beautiful ribbon work with a hint of 3d. b and q, although very elegant could be mistaken for d and p.
Comment by four 25th September 2014
Thanks everybody.
@four: That's actually what I thought of b,q myself, just made them like that to have some opinion. Maybe they can be used on cyrillics though, we'll see.
Comment by architaraz 25th September 2014
This one's turning out to be more serious than I thought, so it may follow the steps of AT Archistency (which is Architaraz Type's most popular font on myfonts somehow), meaning glyph shapes don't need much editing with another software.
Rounded letters that were used earlier will hopefully be present in italics version, and swashes will be available through opentype features. At least, that's the plan for now. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
Comment by architaraz 27th September 2014
Another one of those extremely creative architaraz fonts.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 27th September 2014
This is shaping up really well. The diacritics are beautiful and very much in tune with the font.
Comment by four Today, 8:20 AM
Great concept! The å and ç are amazing. I'm thinking maybe the lower case cyrillic should have italic forms? Like a backwards "s" for ge, and an "m" for te.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 28th September 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “AT Ayna” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 29th September 2014
Thanks everybody for the comments and the special mention!
@CMunk: Well, I plan to change some letters including the ones you mentioned on the italic version. This one's all roman. But with cyrillic M, it will be hard to distinguish it from Te in a design like this... We'll see.
Comment by architaraz 29th September 2014
goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood
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