House Park Bold

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This is my first font. It was inspired by the logo of my local soccer team, but I went in a completely different direction with the curves. Let me know how it works for you. If anyone wants more extended Latin, just ask. Update 7/15/10: Added the basic Greek alphabet
Info: Created on 1st July 2010 . Last edited on 16th July 2010.
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6 Comments

First of all, Welcome!

that's a stong entry to FS world!!
Push a sample, it always help other FS users to catch how powerfull is your font.
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 16th July 2010
Nice job
Comment by caliopigio 16th July 2010
Comment by AustinDav 17th July 2010
A good first font and a great sample. Welcome to FS :)
Comment by p2pnut 17th July 2010
Congratulations to your first fontstruction. It is a nice start, and the number of characters, including the Greek alphabet is impressive. However, there are a number of issues you have to address to make House Park Bold a real working font.

For a start, let me point out a few easy-to-correct problems. 1. The application of serifs are inconsistent and uneven. Some glyphs have more, some have less serifs than necessary. The serifs themselves are not the same (compare v,x with H,I). 2. Number 4,7 doesn't really fit. 3. Some of the diacritical marks look very odd and clumsy. 4. The ß (eszett) doesn't have a descender, or only in cursive form. 5. The ¶, § and †,‡ usually go all the way down with the descenders.

There are some problems harder to solve regarding the consistent smooth look of the glyphs, maintaining the same thickness at the the rounded corners, etc. Let's forget about these optical issues for the moment.

I hope you find my comment helpful. Great demo pic, BTW.
Comment by Frodo7 18th July 2010
nice work
Great sample
:)
Comment by naveenchandru 18th July 2010

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