Grotesque Italic

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A font that combines the geometric simplicity of the Bauhaus fonts with traditional italic forms and swash capitals.
Info: Created on 20th April 2014 . Last edited on 10th August 2014.
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11 Comments

You are well on the way to something quite special here.
Comment by p2pnut 21st April 2014
Once again, a great font. A spectacular font, well deserving of a top pick. 10/10+fav
Comment by time.peace 21st April 2014
Thank you both very much!
@time.peace: I doubt that a font could become a TP when incomplete, and unfortunately I am quite busy this week (in contrast to last) and so that won't happen in a hurry.
Comment by Cohnisgone 22nd April 2014
Comment by Cohnisgone 22nd April 2014
Awesome font. Just as insight, the Q looks a little awkward, like its not fitting in with the rest of the font. Other than that, nice job!
Comment by h1k765 22nd April 2014
Awesome! I would like to see it when finished...

One thing, I prefer wider spacing on each letter.
Comment by cablecomputer 23rd April 2014
@h1k765: To be an italic Q, it needs to be in its current shape, but here I have slightly neglected it.. I will change the awkward angle of it and amend the curl somehow so that it looks less like a fancy 2.
@cablecomputer: I did condense the spacing a little. I have become infatuated recently by the immediacy of condensed spacing in advertising, and this has obviously clouded my judgement, as there are obviously different standards for spacing in italic fonts than in roman ones. Do you think I should increase left side bearings on letters like j, f and A? Does your point about spacing apply particularly to the uppercase?

I would like to say that I appreciate your constructive criticisms and endorse anyone else's with ideas about this font.
Comment by Cohnisgone 23rd April 2014
@Cohnisgone: Left side bearings? I haven't see any problem, seems okay.

And normally, a script or "semi-script" fonts like this don't use ALL CAPS when in action. So, it doesn't matter if spacing between uppercase letters looks a bit messy.

A thing that you should focus on is spacing between uppercase and lowercase letters; and it looks just okay in this case...
Comment by cablecomputer 24th April 2014
As with many of my fonts, I have realised that one of my chief mistakes with this one was to make the line too thin. Here it is in bold:
Comment by Cohnisgone 26th April 2014
WOW AMAZING!!!!! one thing: x is too wide
Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th May 2014
Thank you winty5. I've taken note and changed it. Do you think the like would be necessary for X?
Comment by Cohnisgone 10th August 2014

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