Bedknobs

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The ideal font for overwintering in the comfort of an old-fashioned bed.

The "Broomsticks" font will be published later (much much later due to lack of time and too many ideas regarding representation) as it is part of my Witchy Fonts cycle.

17 Comments

Amazing!
Comment by architaraz 27th november 2012
I do agree. Unique and excellent.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 27th november 2012
Wow, excellent!
Comment by cablecomputer 27th november 2012
Very nice. 10/10

I think the 'k' is a wee bit too big (compared with the rest of the lowercase)
Comment by p2pnut 28th november 2012
Thanks, I'm glad you like them. My first 10/10 **happy dance around the bed** I'll go look at that "k" again and post my comment when I've shrunk it to the right proportion :)

Do people return to see a downloaded font, just in case there has been an update??
Comment by Aeolien 28th november 2012
I have changed both the "K" to be slightly more similar; the lower is slanting and I think it looks smaller compared to the first version and fits better with the other small letters. What is your opinion?
Comment by Aeolien 28th november 2012
That 'k' is much better. I still wonder if the top diagonal could be a little lower ... something like this perhaps ...
Comment by p2pnut 29th november 2012
Sorry, I forgot to mention - people will see if and when you update a font in the Live feed. so if they want to download a revised version they have the option.
Comment by p2pnut 29th november 2012
Thanks p2pnut, that "k" really fits in now, I copied your suggestion. It amazes me to realise the extend of not being able to 'see' solutions when I see/know/feel that a glyph doesn't look quite right.
I appreciate your help and marvel at your understanding the 'system' I followed when designing the glyphs (I'm checking them yet again to make sure I got all the anchor shapes right). I want this font to look as good as I can make it.
I added the brackets plus changed "P" and "R". I think the glyphs look more cohesive now, but I keep an open mind.
If there are further problem zones I appreciate your knowledgeable input p2pnut :)
Comment by Aeolien 1st december 2012
Very nice! 2, 3, 5, and the top of R look a bit small, and the accented characters could be put in their own slots in the More Latin set. (Easy way to do it is to click expert mode and go to menu/advanced/commands/copy to Latin accents) :)
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 1st december 2012
Thank you yautja!
I have changed the 2, 3, 5, 8, and the R and B, have placed accented letters into the more Latin set and have added a few more.
I feel the set of bedknobs are slowly finding their correct bedsteads ;)
Comment by Aeolien 2nd december 2012
It's lookin' good :)
Comment by p2pnut 2nd december 2012
Yaaay and thanks for your help p2p \o/*
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Comment by Aeolien 7th january 2013
How I not notice this?! THIS IS A-W-E-S-O-M-E!!! Nice! 10/10+fav
Comment by Noah (winty5) 24th january 2013
Added more diacritics and useful symbols. Tidied the "t" and "i". If you don't see any obvious problems then the font is finished for a few months ...
Comment by Aeolien 12th september 2013

Revisiting some old fonts I decided to tidy this one up as there was a lot of corruption; I also added a few new ideas.

Comment by Aeolien Sun, 12th september

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