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updated, added a bold version. forgot the w :)



its still heavy WIP as you see, but this is all i got today.. will work on it tomorrow.
thanks for any feedback.

pedamado's picture

Hi (from an amateur typographer, but take it as you wish).
So here it goes.

Your font has a nice horizontal flowing feeling to it yet you should improve one or two things:

- The lower stem+belly connection on the "b" and "d" should get fixed, as in a simplified curve from the base to the stem instead of a complex stem to curve intersection (specially the "b"). It would prevent it to be a "brake" in the horizontal flow of the line. On the other hand your font will get "rounder"...

- The other thing is the horizontal bar on the "a", the "e" and specially the "3". There are to many curves. It gives your characters a blurry look. Probaly if you eliminate the top or the bottom curve joint of the inner intersection it'll lighten up without loosing the design.

I think you can develop a very nice font if you keep it up. I specially like the "z".

Keep it up!

By the way,

    its still heavy WIP as you see

what's WIP???

thierry blancpain's picture

thanks alot for your nice detailed feedback. WIP means work in progress..

Dav's picture

Thierry, Just in case you have never seen it before.: About a year ago, Ive designed a rather similar ( Well, 'a' + 'e' may be :) typeface, named 'formlos PlayR'.:

thierry blancpain's picture

i have seen it yesterday, because someone linked it at another forum:

but not before.. hope you dont think i ripped you or anything.. playR looks great.

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updated, added a bold version. forgot the w :)

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