The kenneme

kindkingkenne's picture

This is an exageration of certain features of my 'normal' handwriting that I developed for a Font design class at City College of San Francisco. My handwriting is a mix of upper and lower case, and tends to wobble a bit left and right. It makes me look psychotic, which I am, so it works on that account. I like some aspects of the font a lot, and would like an opportunity to develop it further. The pen used is a uniball Vision fine, which has been my standard pen for many years. Not finished to my mind, but here it is.

russ_mcmullin's picture

Your sample is a bit too small to read comfortably, and the lack of punctuation and the sporadic use of capitals add to the confusion. I think it's an interesting font. It's perfect for a journal entry, so the example is good. What changes did you have planned?

hrant's picture

First thing: tame the "el" a bit - when doubled it's too strong in texture.
BTW, are you a student of Amy's?

hhp

kindkingkenne's picture

Yes, this font was done in Amy's Font Design class at City College. The major changes involve lots and lots of unicode so that I have control over how entire words display. The 'el's are too strong. There's a version of the font that includes the puntuation, which I will post later, thanks.

k

Once it's cheese, there's no going back.

hrant's picture

You mean, like, the cheese-death of the universe?

hhp

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