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This one that was derived from another one I am working on. The other one is to be seen here. Be gentle, this is only my second attempt.
Thanks in advance.
Some of the characters don't seem wide enough like the a, e, h, k, s, m, n and u. I'd probably redesign the w.
I think stylistically the clamp-like shapes your using give the font a very utilitarian/ strong look which really works with the b, d, g, p, q and r. They don't work as well with the h, m and the n. The point on the top of the p seems to work but i think with these letters it's too distracting.
The lowercase o also could be redone so it has a more consistent weight with the rest of the font.
Is there an uppercase? How does it look in text?
Wow, very nice. That "e" is da bomb.
- I would shorten the descenders.
- The right side of the foot serifs in "f" and "r" should be longer.
- I might tilt the head serifs in "i" and "j" (and maybe "u") downward.
- k: needs more presence.
- o: might actually work!
- r: beak join crappy.
- s: super.
- t: too wide.
- v, w: not enough character. Try bending stuff.
- y: tail too clunky.
BTW, if you make lighter weights, apply high stroke weight contrast.