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A font using one of my favourite serifs. Very dark and narrow. Eszett might need work, and after going back to this the f looks a bit wonky and unbalanced... The cedilla is kinda unorthodox but it fits really well with the serif...I wonder if any native French speaker might enlighten me on the acceptability of this :D
Info: Created on 10th September 2010 . Last edited on 25th May 2011.
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I think I'm in a totally different time zone from most of the FS community -- I'm awake when they're asleep and vice versa...
Comment by 3moDuDe 12th September 2010
I love where this one is leaning! It's really feeling a lot solider than your original 'serif' font. The "K" and "S" are great! I think you could maybe define the "G" and "Q" a little better, though.
Comment by ssaamm 12th September 2010
Okay...G and Q have been changed. More Latin should be done by tomorrow.
Comment by 3moDuDe 12th September 2010
Great work!
I'm not sure for Z, but I know it's particularly hard to do It on relatively small grid. Same for z, and your 7 seems to be a little bit "atrophied"
Comment by DrLeXanae 12th September 2010
How about this straight-topped 7? And I don't think the Zz can be helped and they dont really look extremely out of place so I'm leaving them for now.
Comment by 3moDuDe 13th September 2010

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