by Omegaville

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Lewis from GEOS FontPack PLUS for the Commodore 64.

Another Old West font... normally I don't care much for them, I never warmed to Playbill.  Lewis feels like it's got a bit more space - almost a cross between Playbill and Italian Print.

Info: Created on 17th July 2018 . Last edited on 18th July 2018.
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It has a great 'western' look, the spacing is good, it has a slight playful feel. As it's not monospaced you could move the 'j'  to(wards)  the blue left line so that previous letters are closer (places the bowl of the 'j' underneath) Love the @ ...

Comment by Aeolien 17th July 2018

Thanks for the feedback!  Followed your advice and moved the j in so it sits above the line like an i.  Good way to compare is "adios" vs "adjust".  Also moved the y one grid-space to the left for some consistency.

Comment by Omegaville 18th July 2018

I think the A, V, v, and w need the heavy blocks at the top and bottoms.

Comment by Josh Fitzgerald (joshfitzgerald) 18th July 2018

Yeah they do look a bit bare at the points... like most of the fonts I do, I make it exact to the original (unless there's something glaringly out of place that needs to be corrected).  Those letters are identical to the original :)

Comment by Omegaville 19th July 2018

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