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Cardamom was the starting point for the gradual discovery of what later became my latest released typeface MX Capsaicin that I introduced back in September last year. It was based on Macabre by Dave Coleman. I didn't complete the Basic Latin glyphset.

3 Comments

Really nice work! e and c are very alike.

Comment by four 22nd may 2021

@four: Thank you! Yeah, the c is a bit ambiguous with the beaks and the middle notch it has.

Comment by Micheal (Faux Icing) (iFutureMix) 23rd may 2021

Very very beautiful! Why nfnw? It looks finished enough for me. I see that you were looking for N, it seems to me that you can make a variant with a missing line in the middle. 

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) 23rd may 2021

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