Amblin Mono Free Demo *FS

by SymbioticDesign

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Clunkier clone of Ambin Mono (early development stage), 'Free for Personal Use' Demonstration version of Amblin Mono. Copyright Doug Peters 2018 & 2019. No Commercial Use. No Derivatives Allowed.

Info: Created on 3rd February 2019 . Last edited on 7th February 2019.
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Comment by SymbioticDesign 10th March 2019
Comment by SymbioticDesign 10th March 2019
Comment by SymbioticDesign 10th March 2019
Comment by SymbioticDesign 10th March 2019

I didn't realize there were no samples of this one up.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 10th March 2019

If you ask me M, W, n and w still look too fat!

Comment by Sed4tives 10th March 2019

What, you're kidding, right @sed4tives?  It's a monospaced font and the letters are all pretty much the same size width.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 10th March 2019

I talk about the weight mate  ! ;)

Comment by Sed4tives 10th March 2019

One suggestion is to publish the font BEFORE posting samples so they'd show up in the Live...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 10th March 2019

@Sed4tives... I don't see it.  So, I disagree.  I see you left the m out of that list.  I suppose I should probably thicken the sawtooth on that one.  But that is the only one not conforming to the formula.  That said, I think of it as an exception because I have worked on that one so much, so long (kinda tired of it now and I do like the result).  So, if anything needs work, it's that one.

@77... It was published, a loooong time ago.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 11th March 2019

@Sed4tives, you were right. After reading more about the very fundamentals of Font Design I found that I was relying on simple math, but that crossbars and horizontal lines need to be skinner, they are perceived as fatter. Yet another optical illusion. In my head, they were right.  I didn't fix them in this cloned free demo version, and I won't bother because I already did it in the original version.  But it just goes to show how perceptive you are.  I didn't get it at all until I read that.  I should read more (like our fake president).

Comment by SymbioticDesign Tue, 28th April

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