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My first Font.
Info: Created on 21st March 2013 . Last edited on 1st May 2013.
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Impressive! Y looks unbalanced, and you could use some negative kerning on f/j.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 29th April 2013
For a first font, this is amazing :D
Comment by Umbreon126 30th April 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Obsessio I” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th April 2013
Well deserved top pick! I absolutely love the lower case. I'm not so sure about the M and W, but I can see why you didn't use thin lines on these two. Still, they seem a bit out of place.

Having said that, it's still a ten!
Comment by laynecom 30th April 2013
A really excellent first FontStruction. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 30th April 2013
Yautja mentioned negative kerning for the f and j ... on the f this can be achieved by bring the Letter space line (green)over to the left:
Comment by p2pnut 30th April 2013
the j can be moved so that the upright stroke is on the left (blue) line II have removed a bit of the upright stroke so that you can see this better ...
Comment by p2pnut 30th April 2013
This will give you the following effect: (hope this helps)
Comment by p2pnut 30th April 2013
Thank you for your comments, I appreciate. I'll rework the police. About negative kerning, It's better with but I hadn't use ​​because of superposition that we may have with for example: "jg".
Comment by Obsessio 1st May 2013
I take your point - but the only word I could find on Google that used 'gj' was 'Ungjilli' (which means 'Gospel' in Albanian).
Comment by p2pnut 1st May 2013
Yes, you are right. This is corrected. :)
Comment by Obsessio 1st May 2013
Great detail in the whitelines.
Comment by four 6th May 2013