zentenial eYe/FS

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Hard kerning in this one, you see! But it's my continuous battle with fonts like this (two bricks x-height, filters 2:2). A lot of alternates in the lower case to improve the kern. Fontstructing.
Info: Created on 1st February 2015 . Last edited on 21st February 2015.
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Hard kerning in this one, you see! But it's my continuous battle with fonts like this (two bricks x-height, filters 2:2). A lot of alternates in the lower case to improve the kern. Fontstructing.
Comment by elmoyenique 19th February 2015
Comment by elmoyenique 19th February 2015
Interesting way to tackle the kerning problem. And the way you use such small dimensions: Great. Love it.
Comment by laynecom 19th February 2015
Wow!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 19th February 2015
I'm amazed at the magnificent level of style and finesse achieved so few bricks. I am a bit of a dinosaur when it comes to using 2:2 filters and small grids - but I can appreciate the skill that you (and others) put in when creating theses tiny jewels.
Comment by p2pnut 19th February 2015
Brilliant work. The K,M,N,Q are my favorites, but all glyphs are very good.
Don't worry about kerning. There is no such feature in Fontstruct yet, so don't lose much sleep over it. You can, however, do full kerning in Glyphs or FLS, if you want, or use the "optical" setting in InDesign. The latter doesn't replace kerning per se, but could be a quick fix for short text strings. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 19th February 2015
Photoshop also has optical kerning nowadays.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 20th February 2015
@laynecom & Yautja: Thanks, compañeros. I appreciate a lot your encouraging words and supporting comments always.
@p2pnut:Thank you very much, mas*er. I have the same sensation everytime when I'm trying to use big grids, then I look at your superb glyphs and I still working. Thanks again.
@Frodo7: Thank you for your kindly words, dear compañero. Thanks also for the comment about how to improve the kern. I don't use these programs now, but i will use it in the next future and your comments well be precious, I'm sure.
@meek: Thanks boss, I'm still a learner here. Don't worry, but this "personal battle" with the kern seems very funny to me, it makes me think in other points of view and other solutions for the glyphs. Much more than a part of the problem, this is a part of the solution for me, and I like it.
Comment by elmoyenique 21st February 2015
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zentenial eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 24th February 2015
Excellent, once again you have come up with some beautiful glyphs and kerning solutions.
Comment by four 25th February 2015
@meek: Thanks, boss! This font was an unexpected junction between curves and lines (this is always the battle) and it works very well here, IMHO.
@four: Thank you very much dear compañero, and congrats for your new and charming exhibit. Resonance, Papercut Installation and Display Font
Comment by elmoyenique 27th February 2015
@elmoyenique: many thanks for the mention!
Comment by four 8th March 2015
Can you or somebody else make a font in Hebrew, like אבגדהוזחטיכךלמםנןסעפףצץקרשת?
Comment by צוריאל 9th July 2015
Hi You can find Hebraic Fonts already in Fontstruct like this one. Just type "Hebrew" on Fs browser. Elmoyenique is spanish and could not, i think, design an Hebraic font
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 9th July 2015

In FontStruct the kerning function became available. Does this mean it's worth thinking about lc?

Nice and very beautiful font, as always you have. Reminiscent of the works of Sergei Chekhonin and decorative Ukrainian fonts (George Narbut). 10/10

I made Cyrillic for several of your fonts. You do not mind?

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) 20th August 2017

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