Adriane Serif

marconi lima's picture

Friends,

I am initiating a project of a letter serif.
All of the comments will be well coming.

Marconi Lima

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Number3Pencils's picture

It looks good, but the spacing is too tight and also too jumpy. Do you have a full character set, or is that still in preparation? Also, I think the horizontal stroke in the g is too thick.

AndrewSipe's picture

I like this, The letter forms have so much character. That lowercase b is exquisite. I agree with Nathanael, the letter spacing does seem a bit tight and the flow of lowercase letters is jumpy, the uppercase forms seem pretty solid though.

Not to nit-pick, but you misspelled Copyright.

marconi lima's picture

Thanks, Number3Pencils

Really, still a lot absence what do to level of spacing. The some and main letter symbols were designed, to that height I am developing others glyphs. Comply with its comments about `g`.

Marconi Lima

marconi lima's picture

Thanks Asvetic,

Shortly I will be more focado in the work with the spacing of the spring. Still I am initiating the drawing of the letter and refining some of them.

P.s. The observation about with I wrote copyright is fair, : -)

marconi lima's picture

Thanks Asvetic,

Shortly I will be more focused in the work with the spacing of the spring. Still I am initiating the drawing of the letter and refining some of them.

P.s. The observation about with I wrote copyright is fair, : -)

AndrewSipe's picture

I don't know if this will help you, but my first thought was... this font reminds me of Eureka (FF Eureka).

Stephen Coles's picture

Actually, the sheered serifs are more reminiscent of Nikola Djurek's new Amalia. I like them both.

Quincunx's picture

Looking nice. I like the 'b', 'r' and 's' very much. Although I'm not too big a fan of such a small counter in the 'e', also the horizontal stroke of that glyph looks a bit thin?

Reed Reibstein's picture

Just to add to the jumble of similar typefaces, I first saw some Farnham in the letterforms, especially those huge serifs in the u and d. But then again, maybe I've just been looking at Farnham for too long.

Spire's picture

Quite striking.

Is it me or does it look like the s is in danger of tipping over to the right?

marconi lima's picture

Hi,

Stephen,
I Had a big surprise when I saw to Amalia. Coincidence? Chance?
Do not I know, therefore I have the sketches of the Adriane to at least two years.

Jelmar,
Thanks by the comments. I am going to evaluate its observation about the 'e'.

Reed,
Really not with himself see resemblances between the Adriane and to Farnhan.

Edward,
I am going to analyze with its calm observation.

P.s. am preparing a new sample brought up to date, and soon I will place.

Marconi

stw's picture

Hi Marconi,

This looks very very nice.
I think it would look better if you make the serifs on the baseline of the f and r a lil bit wider at the right side. Although I think that the E is a bit too narrow. And make the G a bit wider at the top.

And I have to agree Quincunx Im although not such a big fan of the small counter in the e and the crossbar is a bit too small.

Steven

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