by mrmeier
See also Few karen2 by Few Karen.

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Info: Created on 5th June 2009 . Last edited on 24th June 2009.
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Little font example.
Comment by mrmeier 9th June 2009
this is a gorgeous sample.
to see it in action is unexpected deliciousness :)
Comment by kix 9th June 2009
Truly amazing. A kind or retro 50's horror feel to it. 10/10.
B, K & G are my favourites
S & T may need a look at though.
Comment by djnippa 9th June 2009
hey, thank you very much guys. djnippa you're right T is a bit boring and i had serious problems with S (also with Z). i don't know how many versions i tried. i can live with the current shape but i'm always open for suggenstions. btw. what ampersand would you prefer?
Comment by mrmeier 9th June 2009
This is a sweet font and a sweeter umlaut.
Comment by minimum 9th June 2009
Great sample.

Maybe you could fashion an S out of the O? Add a crossbar and carve out part of the top-right and bottom-left?

I like the & on the left.
Comment by aphoria 10th June 2009
Good work, I think some glyphs needs a litte bit of improvements like Q,S and T , but overall looks great

Definitely the left ampersand
Comment by Axel Leyer 11th June 2009
Alright guys. I changed some characters. N, Q, S and T are improved. I also added the ampersand and some ornaments. I also changed a, e and z. I realized that the old a and e looked quite loose in combination. Now the whole font has a more compact appearance.
Comment by mrmeier 13th June 2009
Great changes.
Comment by aphoria 13th June 2009
sweet than honey can get
Comment by kix 14th June 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Herrengedeck” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 19th June 2009
Nice use of the angled brick. Lovely work. Nice straight-jacket M icon too.
Comment by thalamic 19th June 2009
great work. classic sample :)
Comment by funk_king 19th June 2009
Awesome work! One of the best gothic's out there.
Comment by MikeyGibbs 22nd June 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Herrengedeck” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by afrojet 11th January 2010

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