by Dom Nokes (domald)

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very nice. a modular olde english. quite innovative.
Comment by funk_king 7th december 2009
Awesome. I love the B and G. I think the H needs some work; it's a little hard to read for my eye.
Comment by aphoria 8th december 2009
Comment by Dom Nokes (domald) 8th december 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Beagle” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 28th december 2009
Thanks for the Top Pick. still have to do the numerals!
Comment by Dom Nokes (domald) 29th december 2009
Nice fusion of sans and blackletter.
Highly reminds me something.
Just can remember right away.
What was your inspiration?
Comment by anTyp 30th december 2009
can—read—can’t remember :)
Comment by anTyp 30th december 2009
@ anTyp this one was inspired by my other font South Central Swiss, i wanted to try applying the modular ornamentation and forms again but create something much closer to old english glyphs. i referred to lots of old english script fonts (i never would have done the UC 'h' that way otherwise) but subverted each glyph according to the same modular approach.
Comment by Dom Nokes (domald) 31st december 2009
i also love 'The Daily Telegraph' masthead!
Comment by Dom Nokes (domald) 31st december 2009
A great fusion font. I tend to agree with aphoria about the H.

The masthead of the Daily Telegraph is great - shame about the paper's content ;-)
Comment by p2pnut 31st december 2009
Very nice. I really like this.

Only things I'd suggest changing are the uppercase S, and Z, which both seem a little weak compared to all the other uppercase letters (not to mention that the UC S looks a bit like a $). What about making the thin decorative lines horizontal along the tops and bottoms? Or maybe keep them vertical but break the top and bottom by pushing the decorative lines into their respective apertures?

Oh and of course numbers and basic punctuation would be nice.
Comment by linehand 31st december 2009

Hello @Dom Nokes (domald). If you notice this comment, then, as I hope for you it will not be difficult to answer)

I really like this font and I would like to make figures for it, Cyrillic expansion and add some new blackletter calligraphic elements, as I already started. But if you opened the font for cloning, I would be grateful to you. In any case, I hope you do not mind that I intend to make the font better by indicating your original in the description.

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) 30th october 2017

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