zenix eYe/FS

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Some alternative glyphs typing: "Ä" (extra f), "Ë" (second f) and "Ï" (second F). Thanks will.i.ૐ.
Info Created on 8th May 2011 . Last edited on 7th April 2015.
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    Some alternative glyphs typing: "Ä" (extra f), "Ë" (second f) and "Ï" (second F). Thanks will.i.ૐ.
    Comment by elmoyenique 27th May 2011
    Comment by elmoyenique 27th May 2011
    I've reduced the big lower arc of the "j". It seems better, I think. Other sugestions, please?
    Comment by elmoyenique 28th May 2011
    I love the feeling of the first sample. Shows for what the font is made. Well done!
    ps: DdDd? A measure because of space?
    pps: 'E' is awesome!
    Comment by Tylo 30th May 2011
    @Tylo: The "Ddouble" was a mistake (trembly finger, I know). Do you think I must rescate the first "j" so wide? I liked it but I think it crashed the legibility of the words what begans with it. What is your opinion, please?
    Comment by elmoyenique 30th May 2011
    Your j revision is a smart one. Chopping the friendly tail, though a certain loss of funkitude, aids in legibility for words beginning with j and, even more, improves the setting of words with j in the middle. The relatively huge negative space the first one creates mid-word is not a decent tradeoff for such a stylish design. Plus, it matches better with l.

    I suggest you fatten the diagonals of your x as much as possible without losing the form. With counters in every quadrant, it appears a bit light and slender in comparison.

    I also want to see what your f looks like with an arm as fat as the tail of your j and a half-brick cross stroke. Your t works pretty well as is, largely due to cross stroke alignment with the x-height.
    Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 30th May 2011
    @will.i.ૐ: Thanks a lot for your opinions. I've changed the "x" and I've maked a new "f" more similar to the "j", but I do not sure about their legibility. I put a sample... I need more comments, please.
    Comment by elmoyenique 30th May 2011
    The new "f" is at the "Ä".
    Comment by elmoyenique 30th May 2011
    Sorry, I couldn’t paint my words as clearly as an image does. Here’s what I meant. But I also like this new ƒ as a groovy alternate, for use where appropriate.

    I think the deeper design criterion I am pointing to is how your use of filled or partly filled counters creates a type of reverse contrast (thick horizontal/diagonal strokes paired with thinner stems). So distinctive to my eyes, I want to see the pattern applied consistently throughout the font – as often as possible, that is, without creating other legibility issues.
    Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 30th May 2011
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zenix eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st June 2011
    Congratulations on a superb addition to the FS canon.
    Comment by intaglio 1st June 2011
    Comment by elmoyenique 2nd June 2011
    @will.i.ૐ: Thaaanks a lot for your continuous help and dedication, I've added your sugestions for the "f" and "F" glyphs into the font.
    @meek: Thanks for the TP, boss!
    @intaglio: Thank you very much for your kindly words, I apreciate it but I think they are too much for me.
    Comment by elmoyenique 2nd June 2011
    I just love the heaviness. It works well for text.
    Comment by thalamic 3rd June 2011
    @thalamic: I'm very glad for your encouraging words. Thanks once again.
    Comment by elmoyenique 3rd June 2011
    I love the childish feeling in your fonts, nice one here :)
    Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 4th June 2011
    @Upixel: Merci bien, mon ami! Mais je ne sais vraiment pas pourquoi mes fonts vous semble si drôle, peut-être parce que chaque jour je suis plus vieux et je reviens à l'enfance... (Je dis cela en plaisantant).
    Thank you, my friend! But I really do not know why my fonts you seem so funny, maybe because every day I'm older and I go back to childhood... (I say this jokingly).
    Comment by elmoyenique 4th June 2011
    Some funky minutes on our works, please look at this performance: the Firefox team wants to put our marks on the web!
    https://markup.mozilla.org/es/#/
    I add one sample. I like it.
    Comment by elmoyenique 12th June 2011
    Comment by elmoyenique 12th June 2011
    Do you do this for a living? You should! You are truly an artist.
    Comment by jphturtle 11th September 2012

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