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cristian gonzalez's picture
Joined: 26 Nov 2002 - 11:00am

Here is paquidermo, a text font that first starts like a game and got seriuos on the way, please make your comments–—CG


Paul Davidson's picture
Joined: 25 Nov 2002 - 6:44pm

Cristian, I like it! I think there are a few issues others will mention, but I’d just suggest that those neat angled serifs should be a little thicker, and maybe at a less harsh angle.

Me gusto el ligatura “che”!


Miguel Hernandez's picture
Joined: 18 Jan 2002 - 2:04pm

I like the relation of the name and the descendents-ascendents, but i think that you can take more adventage of this with this “broken angle”, put it on the @, the end of n, m, and upper case Q & R (trust me, seriously)but mostly well done.

I like this face, and i use it as display, with long animated ascendents & descents, just like on the opening film of the planet of the apes……but with some pink elephants…

well forget this last comment:-) bye!

note: i need a black version of this font, will be the best!!


Brennan Paezold's picture
Joined: 2 Dec 2002 - 7:24am

Nice font.
I agree with Paul about the angled serifs, they need to be thicker for the smaller sizes. When I look at “t” at small size the serif and the crossbar seem too close. Less angle as Paul suggested?
I love the “ch” ligature.

The uppercase “G” could use a more rounded botom to meet the stem. (like the lower case “g”) That would keep uniformity.

Can you set some copy in small size? PDF? I just want to see how the serifs work.

very nice face overall. ;)