Marrada Angle

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by zephram
Cloned from Marrada by zephram.

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A variant of Marrada with more angles.

Usually with designs I try to make every part look like it "belongs" with the others as opposed to trying to make each part look its best. With Marrada, I struck a balance between the two. Q1@*&{} are probably the best examples of this sort of balance...

Info: Created on Mon, 21st January . Last edited on Sat, 26th January.
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14 Comments

Very Neville Brody with that Q. I like it.

Comment by djnippa Mon, 21st January

Thanks!

Comment by zephram Tue, 22nd January

The En-dash could be a bit longer... Other than tkat, Nice one!

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Tue, 22nd January

I like this one better

Comment by JingYo Tue, 22nd January

Cheers, @Se7enty-Se7en. I've made the Em Dash a brick wider in both versions of this. That makes it twice as wide as most letters... seems about right to me now.

Comment by zephram Wed, 23rd January
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Marrada Angle” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 25th January

Thank you so much!

Comment by zephram Fri, 25th January

For some curve, in your S, R and others.

Comment by FTrex Fri, 25th January

10/10 Nice

Comment by FTrex Fri, 25th January

@FTrex: Thanks! I tried just that while building this. There was always a slight protrusion on either side where you see the red arrows. Even at a smaller size where the points weren't visible, one could still tell something was amiss because those areas would always render with some extra antialiasing around them. So, it looked neater and better served the design to let the angles be sharply juxtaposed with the curves.

Comment by zephram Fri, 25th January

I really like this. :)

Comment by TCWhite Mon, 28th January

P.S.: I would make the ogoneks a bit longer. They generally are at the descender line, i.e., at the same level as p, q, y. . . . 

Comment by TCWhite Mon, 28th January

Thanks for the kind words and suggestions, @TCWhite! By the way, I sent you a private message some time back...

Comment by zephram Wed, 30th January

Yeah, I read it, and agree with you. The thorns, or any other letter, should conform to the design of the font.

Comment by TCWhite Wed, 30th January

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