witch & craft

by tortoiseshell

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Another Art Nouveau venture, wanted to take a more earnest look and study into the adjoining arts and craft/craftsman genres. Please enjoy

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    Created on 12th March 2022. Last edited on Sat, 18th November.
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Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 14th november

Only thing to add to this jewel is the word, stunning!

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 14th november

This font is absolutely amazing, but I did notice a small problem. In the word gym(along with a couple others), the lowercase g overlaps with the y. Otherwise, an immediate favorite.

Comment by Gr4ftY (groan) Tue, 14th november
Comment by Gr4ftY (groan) Wed, 15th november

Many thanks for the kind words Sed4tives, Elmoyenique & Gr4ftY~

There has since been a skosh of kerning to remedy the overlap

Comment by tortoiseshell Thu, 16th november

Although the overlap with the kern touch has been avoided a little, the rubbing between the "g" and the "y" still seems a little annoying to me. I dare suggest that you consider an alternative "y" (although it breaks the aesthetics of the descendants a bit) to use only in this pair of "gy" glyphs. I've made two slightly different proposals to see it.

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 16th november
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 16th november

It happens with the word logjam, plus three other letter pairs. Although gq isn't used in English, gp and gg are (pigpen, egg, exaggerate, rugged, and so on). Make sure that jg, pg, qg, and yg are checked as well.

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) Fri, 17th november

I wonder if an alt g that uses the same bottom as on the j,y, and the same top as q is possible?

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) Fri, 17th november

Many thanks for your diligence in helping with this, the samples are quite a boon! Over the next bit of days I'll work to incorporate these examples as special characters for use in those particular words. Wishful thinking that this will help remedy the hiccup and to not stray from the original font~

Comment by tortoiseshell Fri, 17th november

Alternatives for both "y" and "g" utilizing Elmoyenique and BWM's ideas have been incorporated. They can be found as "lowercase y with hook" and "lowercase g with hook" respectively (seemed both fitting and a literal description of the glyphs). Once again, many thanks for the help :)

Comment by tortoiseshell Sat, 18th november

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