en druna

by naveenchandru

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Info: Created on 30th August 2010 . Last edited on 6th November 2010.
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Wow ! Can't believe my eyes ! This is so unique and so good ! You've got your masterpiece. Just... amazing !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th September 2010
Comment by naveenchandru 11th September 2010
thanks neurone error.
Is this my masterpiece?
Comment by naveenchandru 11th September 2010
This is quite striking and unique. Though some characters are a little hard to make out. G, for instance. I'm sure you could work out more easily recognizable alternative. I don't know if this can be done but it might help the font if the visual direction of all the shapes pointed in the same direction. The V points heavily to the right while the S leans towards the left. This creates some jumble.

Overall, good work.
Comment by thalamic 11th September 2010
Nice concept, with a futre retro feel to it. This would work well with two colour letters. Although, as usual there are a few characters I'd tweak. The main ones for me are P & R, they look too small, they both need widening, also 'I' looks to be a different colour. It might be better to use the style of the H on it's side for it. With Q, the tail feels it needs to be either higher, or the angle of the leg needs to start lower. I also think the down stoke on the D, should be as far left as possible. The E may look better if it were an upside down C. Maybe extend the down stoke on the G a little. A tweaked version of the E may be better as the F, as the F looks a bit like a lower case 'r', and a little bit sad.
Comment by djnippa 11th September 2010
I'd also planned on making something along these lines for a while now, but haven't been able to settle on a set of construction guidelines or aesthetics.

This is a good attempt, but I can only reiterate most of the improvements that Nippa pointed out. It's a great start but, in my opinion, it could benefit from a little more cohesion between each letter.

Interesting work though.
Comment by chr.s 11th September 2010
Thanks for your comment.
I am happy to read these from you.
Now anyone can tweak 'en druna' and make it better.
Comment by naveenchandru 11th September 2010
Just... Take care of not loosing the global spirit in tweaks ! But even gems can always be improved ! Yhis is a really open structure so it can be joyfully manipulated. I'm actually experimenting this trying to make my first professional versions of some of the fonts i made here and thought achieved.
I'd suggest that, unless you change them just a little, if the changing is radical to keep the olds as alternates :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th September 2010
Just wicked!
Comment by Tylo 13th September 2010
I'm just trying to find a balance and cohesion for this.
Comment by naveenchandru 16th September 2010
nice futuristick... very nice one
and we still able to read it. Bravo
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 17th September 2010
Just updated the B,D,F,G,I,L,P,R,S,T,U,Z
Comment by naveenchandru 6th November 2010
@Yautja : Have you seen this magnificent work of Naveenchandru? I think you should be tremendously interested, regarding your work.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 1st May 2012
@AFT I hadn't seen this before, thanks for the recommendation. Very cool font, and beautiful sample.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 1st May 2012

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