Dimidium Rounded

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Info: Created on 2nd December 2016 . Last edited on 9th December 2016.
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Comment by laynecom 5th December 2016

Oooohhhh °o° That could have won in the Valentine's comp. The Ringelschwänze are beautifully proportioned ;) and wait for the TP. Instant 10/10

Comment by Aeolien 5th December 2016
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Dimidium Rounded” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th December 2016

Congratulations, the font looks even better now that it has a TP :D. The curly tails add a refreshing relaxing touch. With numbers diacritics punctuation symbols it will replace my pc's Ariel :)

Comment by Aeolien 6th December 2016

Thank you very much.

@Aeolien: Wow, I will have to add a lot of glyphs then... ;-) I will start with some Latin sections...

@meek: A question concerning the swashes: I have included them in the Latin-A section, although I know that this is not correct. Is there an alternative section that I can use for them?

Comment by laynecom 6th December 2016

Neinnnnn, only those for German including ſ,ÿ and the adorable ß -because I'm anti Rechtschreibreform- and (even the old) French. I don't use nor know other languages (°_°)

Comment by Aeolien 6th December 2016

Love it! But you can make the swash on the p facing the other way.

Comment by brynda1231 6th December 2016

Arial*

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Comment by laynecom 7th December 2016

Your sample had me smiling for ages :D You could start an exciting/exiting blog ...

Comment by Aeolien 7th December 2016

Very good! The right place for the swashes would be Private Use Area, but you need opentype features to access them (you can also just insert them from character map if no opentype codes are created). Another way is to unmap them and access them though opentype features, but you also need outside editor for this.

But I'm sure you know all these, so the real question is, when will Fontstructor somehow integrate opentype features?  Kerning? )

Comment by architaraz 7th December 2016

:-)

I haven't got that much experience with OpenType. So thanks for the answer. It seems that someday I will have to buy a MAC and Glyphs and then get on with it...

Comment by laynecom 7th December 2016

Wonderful swashes. Your sample shows the perfect application of this feature: use it in moderation. It seems you have perfected the thin sans serif. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 7th December 2016

I wish I understood architaraz. I think I would place on one of the other Latin, would that be allowed? Then writers can access those swash letters for their text through the caracter map?

Comment by La police de caractère 7th December 2016

Nice! Then again, I like most of your designs. :) —As for architaraz's comment: You can download FontForge (github), then simply open your font with it and adjust it accordingly. And learning opentype features is actually quite easy, i.e., the programming for it. However, adding your characters to another section, as you did, is fine.

Comment by TCWhite 7th December 2016

I had downloaded FontForge 2 or 3 years ago but I can see that now it has improved a lot concerning usability... I will try to get some time to work with that over the holidays...

Comment by laynecom 9th December 2016

Yeah, FF is much better now. :) Also, if you do, feel free to email me to ask how to create the opentype features. You could, however, also create another font with the swash characters. If I ever decide to add small capitals to Dehuti, for example, that's what I would do.

Comment by TCWhite 9th December 2016

Attractive work

Comment by kix 10th December 2016
Comment by laynecom 13th December 2016

I'll just use normal fontstructurek typeface to say that your Christmassy sample looks great :) Happy winter solstice month (and celebration), Yule and Christmas to you too :)

Comment by Aeolien 14th December 2016

Love this

Comment by 9chip6 24th January 2017