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This is the font used to write the NATO letters in my other font 'Flags and NATO'.
Info: Created on 29th August 2008 . Last edited on 14th March 2009.
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Hey, I love your lowercase so much I couldn't resist making some suggestions to the capitals. Hope you don't mind. please let me know what you think?
Comment by typerider 31st August 2008
Comment by typerider 31st August 2008
The first suggestions came from a feeling that the N was a bit complicated and the M too wide next to the other characters. Afterwards I thought narrowing the M made the W too wide… so here's another adaptation. Maybe you find the original 'feel' is now changed too much, so discard my suggestions if you like. I think it reads better this way, but it is a matter of taste also…
Anyway: great font! congatulations…
Comment by typerider 1st September 2008
I noticed this font in Flags and Nato and I'm glad you made a full independent set.

I agree with Typerider suggestions, that would fix some small flaws.
Comment by Em42 1st September 2008
Very good suggestions. I like the M's and the N's, I'll use #3 of both. But I think I'm going to stick with my W.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 1st September 2008

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