db Points

by beate

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Comment by thalamic 21st February 2009
Very good. I like it all except the 9...maybe make it an upside-down 6?
Comment by aphoria 21st February 2009
Wow... I love the way you worked curves into the design of several characters! I agree with aphoria that the 9 looks a bit awkward, though. Other than that, I think it's an excellent FontStruction!
Comment by SquarePeg 21st February 2009
The 9 fits in much better now. Good job.
Comment by aphoria 23rd February 2009
Beautifully done, beate. You earned yourself a place in the Featured spot. I think the 'c' and 'e' could be wider and you could reduce the spacing a gridspace on the 'l', 'o', and 't'.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 24th February 2009
The 'i' dot and period are just right but I would reconsider the comma, apostrophe, and quotes. Consider doing these with dotted lines, not solid.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 24th February 2009
I am speechless. Very nice.
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 25th February 2009
Very good one!
And excellent details once again.
Congratulations on the Featured Download :)
Comment by jmarquez 25th February 2009
Outstanding! I hate you! ;)
Comment by planetkojo 25th February 2009
Great work!
Comment by NoahL 25th February 2009
Comment by intaglio 25th February 2009
Makes me think of balls neatly arranged.
Comment by NoahL 26th February 2009
I really like the font, but the capital Greek letter Delta doesn't really fit in with the others. Have you tried using the A or Alpha as the base and just move down the bar?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 27th February 2009
I like all the letters-but the o is a little strange
Comment by NoahL 27th February 2009
wow...you did so many characters so beautifully!
Comment by Kelsey Ann (WickedTwilight49) 1st March 2009
Comment by Karolina Lach (sliveress) 3rd March 2009
The glorious new preview window reveals that you have quite an extensive character set, including some nice ligatures with a more conventional 's'. Could you offer that 's' as an alternate?
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 3rd March 2009
An alt 'o' without the trailing stroke would be well received too.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 3rd March 2009
Really great set. I like the implication of subtle curves and this and the sans version.
Comment by geneus1 4th March 2009
I, for one, liked the original inspiration better. Especially the original "s". Now it seems "too cleaned up". Maybe the original should have been left available as "dbpoints alternate" and this be the new "dbpoints".
Comment by planetkojo 4th March 2009
Comment by Malapart/e 5th March 2009
I just begin here and sorry for my english. I like very much but I search for esperanto and it seam to be a mistake with 3 special letters. I send example with Word. Thanks very much. I hope the image is not too big.
Comment by birdino 5th March 2009
Merci. Cela fait du plus bel effet.
(Ici c'est réduit)
Comment by birdino 6th March 2009
how do you use a font on microsoft word?
Comment by bobbybob 11th March 2009
how do you use a font on microsoft word?
Comment by bobbybob 11th March 2009
Download the font to your computer.

Unzip the .zip file.

How to install or remove a font in Windows
Comment by aphoria 11th March 2009
It's seems like you're a newbie here, but your skills and obvious interest and experience in viewing/creating type just deeply impressed me.

What a start on fs.com!!!
Beyond i'd like to tell you that
broadway wouldn't exist without this incredible work of YOURS!

Comment by kix 11th March 2009
ever thought of shifting those "oval parts" of "b" or "d" for example, into the vertical lines of them?

the circle would look entire and the apparent "too wide" looking width of some glyphs, would be done with one step...
Comment by kix 11th March 2009
Comment by anonymous-0 13th March 2009
Fantastic Work
Comment by ashishnkamdar 14th March 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “dbpoints” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by gferreira_admin 24th December 2009
The r is awesome, as most of the characters. I'm just not fond of the v and w, which would benefit from being more symmetrical.
Comment by igorrossi 27th March 2010
really nice font! Probably my prefered dote typeface on fs!
Comment by zen_killa 21st April 2010
Thank you, zen killa, thanks for the nice compliment!
Comment by beate 21st April 2010
¡Maravillosa, beate! Congratulations. It's just BEAUTIFUL.
Comment by Alejandro Cabrera Avila (superhuasteco) 8th May 2010
just beautiful
Comment by caliopigio 28th September 2010
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Comment by beate 24th September 2012
Usually I find dot fonts rather boring, but this one is awesome! 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 14th December 2012

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