m0425 Geohaus

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m0425_Geohaus is a bauhaus-inspired sans serif typeface.

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Comment by marcot_0425 Sat, 13th january

Kerning: 208 pairs

Comment by marcot_0425 Sat, 13th january

please give this a tp

Comment by Ptles Sun, 14th january

Uppercase B:
The mid-section intersect is slightly too bulky in the top bowl where both strokes meet. This needs a slight optical refinement to reduce the stroke weight a tiny bit.

Uppercase ODC (as well as all other identical 1,5 round letter parts, like for example in 6 and 9):
The outside curvature of these contours are somewhat wobbly and could use some refinement.

Uppercase M:
Diagonal-to-round brick transitions could also be refined a little bit further in my opinion

Uppercase N:
A similar "diagonal-to-round brick transition" issue here, but even worse than M. The Quarter-Circle brick used to make the inner-transition was squeezed into more of an elliptical shape. Whereas it should've been left more circular shaped, to better mimic the outer-transitions that go into the verticals. Also I think the (diagonal) stroke is a tad bit underweight.

Uppercase S and $:
The uppercase letter S looks very awkward the way you designed it.
The letter tilts backward like the Tower of Pisa. Typically it should ever so slightly lean forward instead.
 Your S is pretty much symmetrical along its tilted axis, whereas a proper balanced S usually is slight wider in the bottom and somewhat tapered towards the top. With a slight thicker stroke for the spine.

Lowercase a:
The transition from the top right Half-Arc brick into the diagonal has a slight bulge that makes it look fairly disrupted. I'm sure some additional nudging or another modified / resized round brick could fix this.

Lowercase q:
The same issue as with lowercase letter a, but here the bulge is located in the descender part of the stem.

Lowercase s:
Two corners of the horizontal mid-section brick(s) overshoot the Half-Arc brick's outer contour, creating a jagged disruption.

2:
The concave portion of the top right curve isn't very accurately curved nor smooth.

6 and 9:
Both letters have the same exact little issue. Which is the thick joints between stem and bowl where both strokes intersect. These need a slight optical refinement to reduce the stroke weight a tiny bit.

Comma:
The diagonal-to-round brick transition has a slight interruption.

Asterisk:
The vertical stroke is somewhat thin in comparison. It should be roughly the same weight as the other strokes.

At sign:
Located at the exact same spot as the bulge in the default lowercase letter a's top right section there is a flawed brick alignment.

Comment by Sed4tives Fri, 19th january
Comment by Sed4tives Fri, 19th january

how was the zero made?

Comment by Ganny7777 Fri, 15th march

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