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Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 15th january 2011
Comment by laynecom 15th january 2011
Beautiful! Very nice detail in your letters and perfectly usable anywhere :)
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 15th january 2011
Love that Q! :-)
Comment by riccard0 15th january 2011
I agree with all of the above. And let me just point out that Q again. The lower case eth should probably be rounder and the thorn should look more like the combination of b and p in my opinion. But I'm not Icelandic and haven't had much experience with that language, so what do I know. It sure deserves a 10/10 and a fave.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 15th january 2011
Great work! Very compact and contemporary. And good extended Latin as well.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 15th january 2011
I say top pick!
Comment by Drgrit 15th january 2011
Thanks guys! The Q is one of my favourite letters, too, together with the a and the f.

@CMunk: You're right, I confused the eth with the "d with stroke". I'll try to change it into a more icelandic form.

EDIT: Adjustments to the small eth and thorn made. Again thanks to CMunk for the tip.
Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 15th january 2011
Beautiful work.
Comment by aphoria 16th january 2011
Yet another skillful work from your workshop. Kudos for the consistent design and the extended character set. I have the feeling there is something missing from the picture: the serifs at the end of the ascenders (b,d,h,k,l), and descenders (p,q). But that's the whole point to knock the reader off balance and grab his/her full attention by these peculiar omissions. Perhaps it wasn't so calculated, but instinctive, the result is the same: a new semi-Egyptian. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 16th january 2011
Thanks again for the compliments.

@Frodo7: Actually, at one point in the deveopment process of the font the letters you mentioned had serifs at the a-/descenders, but that is just the way this font worked for me. I tried many different things and had a few variations of most letters i could choose from and combine again till I thought it looked good and consistent and that's hopefully what you can see above.
Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 16th january 2011
Abelutely magnifique !!!

the tail of the Q is realy charming
Diatrics are well crafted
the whole font is awsome

Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 17th january 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Querulant” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 17th january 2011
as beauty as sun in the morning
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 17th january 2011

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