db Tilda

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Info: Created on 1st February 2017 . Last edited on 8th February 2017.
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Comment by beate 4th February 2017

A delicate but dynamic slab serif with subtle inktraps and some funky details such as the ear on g and other letters.

Comment by four 4th February 2017

Thin line slab serif with unique features. I really like the shape of the O,o,Q,g, etc., rather than having the usual closed circle. I can see your hesitation, whether to apply full serifs to all capitals, or not. I really like the V,W with half serifs, and your choice for the M. I wish you've made more letters like that (e.g. N,U). These decisions, however, are not easy to make, and I'm sure you've tested all options. Nevertheless, your letters do work well in the sample text. Extended Latin set, and beautiful special characters complete the font. The new name, Tilda sounds better. Great minimal design demo picture (the HTML5 preview doesn't always do justice to these delicate shapes). 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 5th February 2017

I also love the design! 10/10 + fave

But your Ø and ø have a slightly heavy stroke. Perhaps they would benefit from a shorter stroke like this: https://www.instagram.com/p/BKbepdBjunx/

Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 6th February 2017
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “db Tilda” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 7th February 2017

Four, Frodo & CMunk,
Thank you very much for your constructive and really helpful comments.

@ CMunk
Oh yes, I now. I had the same probelm with ×. I just tried to change it. Maby it's better now.

@ Rob
Merci for the new pink star

Comment by beate 7th February 2017

So elegant and fine as usual, maestra! I need a lot learn of you.

Comment by elmoyenique 10th February 2017

Great work as always! But I think the J is too narrow, and the H a little too wide.

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 11th February 2017

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