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Finally, it's possible to nudge curves in letters slightly, so that the viewing experience is more balanced. I'm loving it! :-)
Thin line sans serif takes advantage of new FS features. Simple geometric shapes with well-balanced proportions and proper spacing resulted in pristine looking text - that's easy to read even at small sizes. Rounded elements are adjusted with precision (overshoots). The width of diagonals virtually matches of the width of curves and of orthogonal strokes - a difficult feat that requires fine skills and patience. I think, FineLiner is a harbinger of the new generation of fontstructions to come. Given your history of exemplary works with large character sets (e.g. Terminal One), I trust you complete this project with numbers, punctuation marks, and special characters at your convenience. 10/10
Oh yes, I agree with Frodo.
You show the new nudging and probaly the new spacing perfectly. This is a skillful fineline design, very beautiful.
Thank you very much for the extensive review and all the praise. To disappoint you: This will not be another Terminal One. :-D
However, I added some more characters...
OMG it's B-E-A-Utiful! 10/10 + fave
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