by MarcelBakker
See also Dicky by MarcelBakker.

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Stylish, Wonderful. :)
Comment by thalamic 11th december 2008
As long as you are doing old-style numerals, 3 and 4 would also dip below baseline.
Comment by thalamic 11th december 2008
I think, i.e. I could be wrong.
Comment by thalamic 11th december 2008
hmm, is that so? I thought that it was far away enough from traditional alphabets to simply pick any form I liked
Comment by MarcelBakker 11th december 2008
Very, very stylish!

(But I agree with Thalamic: numerals and the punctuation marks seem to have an inconsistent height)
Comment by Em42 11th december 2008
ok, i will try to bring them in line. My main problem is with 6 and 8, they should be smaller.
Comment by MarcelBakker 11th december 2008
i think 8 needs diagonal lines in both directions but keep the gap!

I think "B" looks like a "G" :O

anyway this is awesome font!

Comment by kix 15th december 2008
Damn, I didn't spot this first. I'm going down the garden to eat worms.
Comment by intaglio 15th december 2008
Don't eat them, inti; arrange them to form letters, take pictures, then FS them.
Comment by thalamic 15th december 2008
Thanks for the comment. The 8 is better like this, and I changed the G a little so it is more distinct from the B.
Comment by MarcelBakker 16th december 2008
Comment by 16th december 2008
sexy :)
Comment by funk_king 18th december 2008

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