by mgUdit

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A serif study. Yes, A/V/W directions are flipped. Diacritics etc added later so they might not match 100%


WOW! Cute and funny. So many cool fonts have been appearing on the FontStruct lately. Reminded me of fonts Echo Heo (bluemon).

I would prefer such forms:

Comment by fontlanger2005 Thu, 26th may
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Kazali” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 27th may

@meek thanks a lot!

@fontlanger2005 yeah the upper parts of the stems of m, n, p, q, r, ñ seem inconsistent (compared to bottom parts of stems of b, d, …). Personally I prefer the given forms (as far as I remembered I put them there instead of the symmetric versions in a conscious decision) but I put some alternatives to E000 to E005 (Private Use Area 1).

Comment by mgUdit Fri, 27th may

Ocean Eco

Comment by Verónica Macarroni Sun, 29th may

i made a sample myself

Comment by frongile Tue, 31st may

@frongile thanks a lot. I somehow lack creativity and motivation to create samples. I should definitely try to create some for my other published fonts …

Comment by mgUdit Tue, 31st may

The comma's little thing at the bottom is longer than the quotation marks.

Comment by DarkGuy572 Fri, 3rd june

Very sturdy, but a litte wacky! 9/10

Comment by Better Handwriting Mon, 11th july

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