Nomina Hard Serif

by caliopigio
Cloned from Nomius by caliopigio, hiponomia by caliopigio. See also Nominal Serif by caliopigio.

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Nomina Hard Serif is an strong and solid font with no more ornaments than necessary.
Info: Created on 28th May 2010 . Last edited on 22nd June 2010.
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Unsure about the numbers though. I also prefer the 2nd 'a' of your spares.
Comment by djnippa 30th May 2010
Yeah, that's right. The numbers are just temporary dummys.
Comment by caliopigio 30th May 2010
At pxl size this looks quite perfect - beautiful job so far. :)
Comment by p2pnut 30th May 2010
nice work Ikinda like it

The number are to square for a rounded font... i'm curious how you'll design them

p2pnut is right... the font look awsome at pixel size
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 2nd June 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Nomina Hard Serif” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 2nd June 2010
I'm pleased you changed the 'a', now all that's left to do are the numbers.
Comment by djnippa 2nd June 2010
well. I think I just have to finish this up.
Comment by caliopigio 2nd June 2010
Numbers are ready.
Comment by caliopigio 3rd June 2010
Nice and consistent work. The sample text looks virtually flawless. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 5th June 2010
Nice work BRAVO

nice number.

The 2 bug me a little bit, it's a bit wide... I know with bricks sometime you don't decide how wide are each glyph... but don't worry about it

the complete work is great

10 for me as well
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 8th June 2010
Have you thought of perhaps changing the M and Y to these:
Comment by djnippa 13th June 2010
Nippa, that's a nice Y, the M is not that good, I think. I'll be glad to use them. But that's going to wait until I have the time.
Thanks a lot.
Comment by caliopigio 15th June 2010

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