zummertime eYe/FS

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I've looking for a light western font...
Info Created on 29th July 2012 . Last edited on 30th August 2012.
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    I've looking for a light western font... It works better in the lower case, IMHO.
    Comment by elmoyenique 31st July 2012
    Comment by elmoyenique 31st July 2012
    very nice : )
    Comment by beate 31st July 2012
    Lots of interesting glyphs! Those macaroni bricks just rule, don't they?
    10/10!
    So, what's the story behind you always using the letter z?
    Comment by architaraz 31st July 2012
    @beate: Glad to pleased you with these little glyphs.
    @architaraz: Thank you for your continued support!
    --- SPOILER ---
    BTW, there is nothing secret about my "z" at the beginning of the names of my fonts:
    the names of my first fonts in the FS began with "z" ... and then I've been doing the same thing.
    Comment by elmoyenique 31st July 2012
    wow marvelous work. kind of modern wood type

    bravo! I love it
    Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 1st August 2012
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zummertime eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st August 2012
    Another success! Love the sample :)
    10/10
    Comment by p2pnut 1st August 2012
    Another decorative font from your workshop. Wonderful glyphs. I'd like to suggest a few minor changes to consider. They are a matter of taste, not really essential things, but may improve the overall harmony of this font.
    The comma (,) and its derivatives: make it simple, without the horizontal stroke.
    The period: make it a bit bigger, if possible.
    The z: make the top horizontal stroke simple, just bending down.
    The small l: flip it vertically.
    The t: make it more similar to f,h,l, the same height.
    The small s: it's a pain, but you can't do much about the curves.
    The %: you did your best.
    The &: you can play with, make it spelled out, "Et".
    The paragraph (¶): usually goes down to descender level.
    The asterisk (*): simple and beautiful.
    I hope these will help you. 10/10
    Comment by Frodo7 1st August 2012
    Simple. Clean. Macaroni is amazing! Yeeeehaaaaaa....... 10/10
    Comment by cablecomputer 1st August 2012
    Wow! Thanks all you!
    @Upixel: merci bien, mon cher ami. Je vous dois un message de réponse, bientôt. I owe you a reply message, soon.
    @meek: Thanks a lot for this little pink square over my font. My wife celebrates it more than I!
    @p2pnut: Thanks, ma.stro!
    @Frodo7: Dear mentor, thanks for your kindly explanations about my usual mistakes. I'm gonna try to solve them.
    @cablecomputer: Thanks for your support and the Yeeeehaaaaaaa.......
    Comment by elmoyenique 1st August 2012
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    Comment by elmoyenique 12th August 2012

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