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Comment by beate Thu, 29th september
Comment by beate Thu, 29th september
Comment by beate Thu, 29th september

Dear Maestra: I love this type of sans serif fonts! ❤️ This one in particular has a perfect weight (for me) and is full of beautiful and subtle design details (as usual in your work). Forgive me if I go too far and have looked at small points, but I would like to ask you about some of them, with my best intentions, which may just be design choices. For example, is it deliberate that the inner hole of the U is lower than the others of the UC? This also happens with the gaps of the s and the lower ones of the g and j, which are different. Is it chosen that the thickness of the central part of the e is different from the thicknesses of its upper and lower parts? And why don't the legs of A progressively reduce in size until they reach the center bar? I attached an image with these doubts. The samples are very elegant, what less could I expect from you. Thanks in advance.

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 29th september
Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 29th september

🙆‍♀️

Comment by beate Fri, 30th september

Holy crap! 😂

@Elmo 

Thanks Elmo for your comment. You're absolutely right, of course. In fact, some of the stones here have slipped quite a bit! I have tried some things and varied that I have probably not ultimately made everywhere the same alignments ...  
However, the different strength of the curves for upper and lower case letters is intentional. Especially with these extreme proportions of letter thickness and size, I find it more pleasant for the appearance itself, if the lowercase letters do not appear too dark. That's why I decided to make the curves of the lowercase letters a little less pronounced. 

So, I'll take a closer look at this db Neue…

🫶🏻

Comment by beate Fri, 30th september

You're welcome. I love learning from your works.

Comment by elmoyenique Fri, 30th september
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “db Neue” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Fri, 30th september

And congrats on the TP! 🫶

Comment by elmoyenique Fri, 30th september

I still can't see what emoji that is, it appears as a box for me on Windows 11

Comment by Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) Fri, 30th september

Same here, but on my mobile device it shows as two hands making heart shape!

Comment by Sed4tives Fri, 30th september

Also, the lowercase j collides with the Q, g, j, q, y, and other things that go below the base line on the right side. I wonder if an alternate lowercase j would help with that?

Comment by Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) Fri, 30th september

@Meek
Many, many thanks for the TP. 

Comment by beate Fri, 30th september

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