NCD Phusion Bold

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Based on the same grid as NCD PSMagazine, but I've changed 90% of the glyphs, thus creating something a little more original and versatile.
This is the Bold version, plans for Regular and Light are on the table.
All comments appreciated.
Info Created on 29th October 2009 . Last edited on 26th August 2010.
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Comment by djnippa 1st November 2009
Comment by djnippa 1st November 2009
Comment by djnippa 1st November 2009
Based on the same grid as NCD PSMagazine, but with 90% of the glyphs changed, thus creating something a little more original and versatile.

This is the Bold version, plans for Regular and Light are on the table.

Please check my alternative 'a' & 'e' in the scroll down. I'm still not 100% which ones work best.
I used the 1st 'a' and the last 'e' originally but changed them at the last minute.
I'd love to know what everyone thinks.
Comment by djnippa 1st November 2009
The whole family looks very professional, Phusion Bold is no exception. The alternative a,e: in both cases the last one looks the best to me. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 1st November 2009
I'd definitely have to agree with Frodo on the alternatives.

Excellent stuff as usual.
Comment by chr.s 2nd November 2009
What a fabulous achievement this is. That slight downward join in the l/c k crossbar is a masterful bit of finesse. The inward lean of the bowls in the cap B. And a convincing X!
Comment by intaglio 2nd November 2009
Really nice font !!! Perhaps the g and y should have a little more space between lower part and higger part ? i don't know this is beautifull however !! 10/10 like Frodo7 should say !
Comment by zen_killa 2nd November 2009
Wow thanks guys, all your comments are really encouraging and they're the first thing I check in the morning.... before I've even had breakfast. :-)

@Intaglio You have the eyes of a hawk. I also love the l/c k. I tried the same on the upper case, but somehow it didn't quite work as well.

@Zen_Killa, hello. That has been bothering me, and I agree it would look better, but I decided against it, as this is the Bold version, and the heaviest it will go - the Regular and Thin versions both have a wider gap. It was a tough decision to make, and it does limit the amount of weights I can produce for this font, so I may still change it, after extensive usage testing.
Comment by djnippa 2nd November 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “NCD Phusion Bold” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 2nd November 2009
The question remains which 'a' & 'e' combo works best for you?
Comment by djnippa 2nd November 2009
3
Comment by gferreira_admin 2nd November 2009
Great stuff nippa - looking forward to the other weights.

My vote on the a & e is also 3
Comment by p2pnut 2nd November 2009
Due to popular demand Example 3 is the winner with a score of 4-0. I've changed it to the Original a & e
Comment by djnippa 2nd November 2009
Dontcha just love democracy :)
Comment by p2pnut 3rd November 2009
Nice!
Comment by NoahL 13th February 2010

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