by kyrmse
Cloned from HebRoni by kyrmse. See also HebRoni Contrast by kyrmse.

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HebRoni without niqqudim & with changed Ff, Jj, Kk, Ll, Xx, aleph
Info: Created on 11th January 2010 . Last edited on 17th May 2010.
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I like how you've married the Roman and Hebrew glyph shapes. If this had been a Roman-only font I'd say the m, w, æ ought to be wider, but then you'd loose the connection with the Hebrew letters. I can easily see this being used e.g. in a bilingual logotype. The new Ff, Jj, Ll, Xx are better than in the first version -- although I think you might preserve the lowercase fjl as distinct letterforms.
Comment by mansbjorkman 15th January 2010

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