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    Created on 18th December 2010. Last edited on 18th December 2010.
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Initially I had a very modular design in mind but intaglio got in the way. I just can't take those noodles seriously.
Comment by intaglio 18th december 2010
i absolutely don't think this is crap and it's stunning in very small sizes. Searching a real personal and unique signature being at the same time evident and coherent is a risky and courageous adventure, i've been there. Sometimes we fail and go in dead ends. But believe me, this one is absolutely not a failure, nor a dead end. A 10 for me. With such delicious textfonts like this usable in very small sizes, i can at last throw my old ugly arial to the trashcan. :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th december 2010
One remark, though, i think the m and w are a bit too wide
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th december 2010
Or maybe not. Don't take notice of my precedent remark. I think it's the displaced middle bar to add the left arc brick upon it that gives this strange feeling. I think you chose the best solution to keep the same stylisation all over the place.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th december 2010
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th december 2010
I like it. Dryad has got just enough gimmick to stand out from the crowd, but not too much. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 18th december 2010
Phew! All the posicomms! I'm heartened enough to flesh out the numerals.
@neurone error: hah! the offcentre middle bar of the m/w is the price I pay for getting all tricksy with the half bricks.
@frodo: it went all Galadriel on me early on. I thought it too disrespectful of your magnificent efforts in the middle earth oevre to go namefishing for an unused elf...
Comment by intaglio 18th december 2010

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