WLM 1F Block Serif

by anonymous-281937

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The 1F family contains Block Sans, Block Serif, Round Sans and Round Serif. The serif is made for headlines and the sans for body text. You can use the round for titling and the blocked version for body. But there are many different combinations. WLM 1F: 4 fonts, many more coolness! Please let me know if you have any suggests, thanks!
Info: Created on 12th December 2012 . Last edited on 19th December 2012.
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Comment by anonymous-281937 18th December 2012
Nice family, I like this one.
Comment by cablecomputer 18th December 2012
@cablecomputer Thanks!
Comment by anonymous-281937 19th December 2012
Good work on this family. I think the diagonals of the 'R' and 'Z' are a wee bit too thick though.
Comment by p2pnut 19th December 2012
@p2pnut Thanks! I'm working on that, but i'm not the best fontstructor :D
Comment by anonymous-281937 19th December 2012
@Wolf Lambert - You might find this link useful for thickness of 45º angles...

Tutorial - 45 degree angles
Comment by Goatmeal 19th December 2012
@Goatmeal Thank you! It's updated, i'm changin' the whole family now. Thanks!
Comment by anonymous-281937 19th December 2012
That's better - now you get a 10/10

That's a great tutorial Goatmeal - it should be in the 'Getting Started' section.
Comment by p2pnut 20th December 2012
@Wolf Lambert - Glad to have helped!

@p2pnut - As always, I appreciate your kind words. My only regret is not finding a similar pattern for 30° & 60º!
Comment by Goatmeal 20th December 2012
@p2pnut Thank you!
Thanks to share your feedback, all users; it's very important for me to know what you find from my fonts!
Comment by anonymous-281937 20th December 2012