Faux Pas Sans

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by laynecom
Cloned from Faux Pas Serif by laynecom.

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First there was Faux Pas Serif. Now, there is Faux Pas Sans.
Info Created on Today, 9:16 AM . Last edited on 10th August 2012.
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Comment by laynecom 9th August 2012
Err... hope i don't annoy but you forgot it even in your 926 chars font, in french we really need the e-in-the-o and its capital. Such common words meaning "heart, sister, beef, knot, egg", etc use it.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 9th August 2012
Thanks for the hint, AFT. Do you mean words like bœuf? The œ is part of the set "Latin Extended-A" if I'm not mistaken. I only did Latin and More Latin here, but I will add the character.

It's definitely included in Modular Blackout, though.
Comment by laynecom 10th August 2012
nice - nice - nice
Comment by beate 10th August 2012
Vielleicht sind J/j/y etwas zu sehr nach unten hin verjüngt?
Comment by beate 10th August 2012
I'm with beate. Goood job!
Comment by elmoyenique 10th August 2012
Yes, i always found strange this important character was in Latin Extended-A section when all the rest we need in french is actually in the More Latin Set. Because of this, most of the font designers don't do it, because very few fonts push their covering to the Extended-A. And what is even more annoying is that the e-in-the-a character is well featured in the More Latin section.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 10th August 2012
Clean and curvy :) 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 10th August 2012
@AFT yeah, some of those character placements are weird. That's part of the reason why I go too far with some of my fonts. I figure it's better to have a lot of unnessessary glyphs than to be missing a crucial one :P

@laynecom: Nice font ;)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 10th August 2012
Thanks all!

@AFT: I've included Œ and œ
@beate: Ich habe lange bei Faux Pas Serif drüber nachgedacht, habe mich aber dann doch dazu entschieden, die Spitzen zu lassen. Stärker und runder wäre wahrscheinlich konsistenter, so finde ich's aber interessanter. :-)
Comment by laynecom 10th August 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Faux Pas Sans” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 15th August 2012
Great, J,j and y descenders make this into a sans with a difference! 10/10
Comment by four 15th August 2012
Thank you!
Comment by laynecom 17th August 2012
Comment by laynecom 17th August 2012
Good sample.
Comment by elmoyenique 17th August 2012
You mad man!
Simple is always hardest to do.
Exceptional.
Comment by minimum 17th August 2012
Great work...it's a beautiful family you have here. :)
Comment by aphoria 19th August 2012
Thanks for all the great comments!
Comment by laynecom 20th August 2012

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