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So, here it is. My first type design ever. Or the prototype, at least. I'm aiming for a fluid look, and I need help figuring out where to draw the line between professional and gimmicky.
The first letters were a" and "b," so most of the other letters stemmed from those forms. I'm not sure about the "f," "l," and "t." I like them straight, but would that detach them from the rest? I have a similar problem with the "c," "o," and "u."
As for the first "e" and first "s," does the top-heaviness of them bother anyone? I like it, but others have commented on them.
Other letters I could really use input on are the "k," "m," "w," and pretty much all the capitals. Or if you have any other suggestions...