Varias

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Info: Created on Thu, 1st November . Last edited on Tue, 6th November.
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Comment by ecluniverso Tue, 6th November

Like your superscripts, bet you'll do subscripts next...

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Tue, 6th November

Man.... apart from some kerning issues this is among the coolest fonstructions I've seen!

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 6th November

Most of the kerning issues i can see are with both lowercase c, r and s. Uppercase P and maybe also L and V a tiny amount.

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 6th November

Added Kerning @Sed4tives (many)

@Se7enty-Se7en, they do not all exist in unicode...... Also, I do not need these!

Comment by ecluniverso Tue, 6th November

I understand that, but expecially with c and r the spacing is a fraction too wide when the following letter has a curves top. I could point some for you out in a image but I think you will know what I mean!

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 6th November

This is also the case with some pairs that have a curved side facing eachother, like bo, od, ee and so on. I suspect you used the same vallue for most pairs (which is a good thing) but technically two curved sides should have slightly narrower space in between compared to two straight sides, this because the top and bottom of the space opens up, making it feel as if they are further apart.

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 6th November
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Varias” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 6th November

One of the most interesting FSs I've seen in months. Congrats on the TP.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 6th November

*see.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 6th November

I glanced at the preview from the live page and had flashbacks to such beauties as Dalmat, dm Minium, several by intaglio, etc. The combination of 1x1 and 1x2 inner curves, combined with the 1x1 and 2x2 outer curves with this sharp contrast ratio, seems to bring about some sort of nostalgia, and it's just lovely in my eyes :-)

Comment by ETHproductions Wed, 7th November

looks pretty handwritting. Fantasitic work

Comment by JingYo Wed, 7th November
Comment by Galo (galoreporter) Wed, 7th November

If you do an analysis you will find that informal fonts are under-represented on FontStruct. I espeically like the 'h'. It is both unassuming and elegant.

Comment by jonrgrover Thu, 8th November

Excellent! I'm always in favour of fonts that push the boundaries of FS without using faux curves. At the same time it's very consistant in its overall appearance. It's great!

Comment by laynecom Fri, 9th November

Awesome font!  You have triumphed where I have failed, as I have been attempting this sort of thing over and over with no luck, even when I cloned and studied other people's work that were successful.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Sun, 11th November

@Meek @elmoyenique @ETHproductions @JingYo @galoreporter  @laynecom @SymbioticDesign @jonrgrover
 

Comment by ecluniverso Tue, 27th November

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