"Gothric" ...an informal and fresh Blackletter

peggo's picture

A new experience on Calligraphic font design.. inpired on Bastarda Family done thinking to Packaging specifically to "Wine labels" then below you can see the current resume

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speter's picture

If you really do intend for this to be used on contemporary labels, you need to make the G look more like a G. Right now, I see B (e.g., Bothric). I think if you leave the upper part open, it will work better.

eliason's picture

By "monospaced" do you actually mean "monoline"?

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Steter
Actually I had a similar confusing when I done "AE" I saw a "Z", I believe this is because to monolined form, but need some exceptions.. so I'm so Thankful for help me to improve this work. =)

eliason
Exactly, sorry..!! In fact I wanna mean "monoline"... I need change that, thanks you for pay attention and for your help.

PeGGO

peggo's picture

well Mates.. I come to leave a new update about this design.. a little correction thanks to "Speter & Eliason" comments.. =)

Gothric.PDF 2nd update

PeGGO

Char Alfonzo's picture

It looks a little messy. You should tweak the weight in some of these stems

peggo's picture

Char Alfonzo
thanks for your attention, I Usually considere this work is almost enterely messy.. but you could be most specific in that some stems.. for example?

PeGGO

peggo's picture

Char Alfonzo
thanks for your attention, I Usually consider this work is almost enterely messy.. but you could be most specific in that some stems.. for example?

PeGGO

maxispr's picture

I think majuscules should have their weight tweaked.
For example, (and this is because they are in use on the text) C, V, W, and S seem to be overweighted.
"m" is to small when it is by a "n". It also needs a little more weight.
Hope this helps,
best!

Maximiliano R. Sproviero
Lián Types.-

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