by Axel Leyer

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Info: Created on 11th May 2009 . Last edited on 30th June 2009.
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Comment by Axel Leyer 12th May 2009
Very cool. Just curious why the j doesn't descend?
Comment by aphoria 12th May 2009
Well... I've tried to maintain the minimun counter in whole font, tried different solutions and this was what I liked more... the same idea with 'f', but.. What do you think?
Comment by Axel Leyer 12th May 2009
I'm of two minds about it. I like the short j, but I kinda think it should descend like the g and y.

I like how the f descends, but I think it should be taller.

Just's a very good font as is.
Comment by aphoria 12th May 2009
Solid work. I think the caps are just a couple bricks too tall in relation to the lowercase.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 12th May 2009
@Aphoria: about 'j' ,I think the same as you... normally, it should descend, but... in this particular case I think it works fine, is readable and don't bother...
About 'f' I've tried to make it taller but I think it was so strong, and this way matches better with the other glyphs.
Thanks for your ideas, always wellcome :)

@Stewf: Appreciate your feedback and suggestions to enhance the font (I have a lot of respect about you and your knowledge in typography), but in this case is literally impossible make it 2 bricks shorter...send an image...
Comment by Axel Leyer 13th May 2009

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