Fadher Sans

mnieva's picture

Hello, I am sending you a typeface (unnamed so far) that I have designed. It is the first time I undergo a project such as this and I am overall quite inexperienced in the field of typeface design. Because of this, I would greatly appreciate any comments you may have; from the simplest details to the most advanced observations - all will be of great value to me at this point.

My intention is for this to be a modern style font, corresponding to a Demi version. I am not sure I will ever create it

hrant's picture

I think this is pretty charming - it would be a bit clich

cerulean's picture

This is lovely. One thing: Your X and x have the top-heavy illusion. Move the two strokes so that they cross at the visual center which is slightly above center, making the top ends somewhat closer than the bottom ends. You may be able to leave the capital X as it is, but for the lowercase x it needs doing.

mnieva's picture

Thanks to both of you for your comments.

HHP, I still can

hrant's picture

Set the word "CANOE" for example and see how the "A" will jump out (it's too dark).


mnieva's picture

Ok, here is a new version based on HHP

ebensorkin's picture

See the little wiggle in the top of the a & the bottom of the e & g? What about putting that on the top of the s, the & z, 2 & 4? Also the crossbar of the E. I would like to see the 3 with a curve on the bottom - it might look sweeter. The cap J really bugs me. It looks comic book like where the rest of the glyphs are maybe a combination of routed-out desk nameplate & something arts & crafts... What about making the bottom of the 3 end abruptly?

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