Confiant B

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by V. Sarela (Yautja)
Cloned from Confiant A by V. Sarela (Yautja).

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Some variations. This turned out similar to geneus1's Sonorous.
Info: Created on 23rd October 2013 . Last edited on 12th December 2014.
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11 Comments

I like this one!
Comment by elmoyenique 5th November 2013
My 100/2U!
Comment by elmoyenique 5th November 2013
Excellent, the variations are working well!
Comment by four 5th November 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Confiant B” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th November 2013
Awesome. :)
Comment by sarreyn 6th November 2013
nice!
Comment by ianleeye 8th November 2013
This is serious work. The letters are well balanced, the text is pleasant to read. The x,X,Y does not match the style of M,N,V,W,Z,7. I would ease the spacing a bit. I really like some of your graceful special characters: %,&,€,ß. Keep up the good work. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 8th November 2013
Yes. Very "Sonorous" - deep and resonant by definition. I actually thought someone had cloned it. I like the wider letters that offer more breathability. And of course, the fuller character set that you provide. The tilde does seem a bit heavier in comparison to the other accents. It is also interesting to see your development of characters with your inclusion of the "s" variations. Nicely done, Yautja.
Comment by geneus1 9th November 2013
Thanks, everyone.
@Frodo7: I couldn't find better solutions for x/X/Y, since the thin diagonals can only be steep as in V, and it would make the letters too narrow. But I'm open for suggestions (for the tilde too).

@geneus1: Thanks, and sorry for the similarity. :) I liked the first "s" best so I included it. It just looks too bold here, but I could make a bolder variant of the font.

Edit: Actually I came up with a better tilde already.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 9th November 2013
Stress of the S and s could be changed. (The stress has to be diagonal/horizontal instead of vertical.)
Comment by minidonut 10th November 2013
Could be one of the best typefaces on fontstruct. 10/10 +fav
Comment by h1k765 2nd July 2014