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i need to id this dotted font from the word specimen. anyone here know? or is there any other font resemble the look? thanks before
I'm looking for a typeface with these features:
- square dots
- base shape for curves: circle
- weights from ultra-thin to bold/black
currently the only one which satisfied these criteria is Gotham by Hoefler.
Please help me!
so I've just began an idea of a simple hairline serif typeface.
I am very early in the process of putting it together but I've come across a small dilemma: should I dot my /i/s and /j/s or do diamonds add a little class or sophistication? is there certain protocol for this or is entirely based on opinion, etc.
I've attached the letters for reference.
I am trying to produce a scaleable dot-based font family in Fontlab as Mac flavoured Opentype. I’ve had a lot of trouble with getting small circles to be geometrically correct in Truetype (the beziers flatten the arcs) but Opentype keeps them geometrically consistent.
However, I have a bigger problem which I can't seem to fix.
I know the topic of dotted fonts has been on here before, mainly around the Stella McCartney logo, but could anyone please suggest any similar fonts to this logo as the Stella McCartney suggestions are not quite right! Would like a font that is not digital looking, more elegant and has as few dots as possible, as I'm looking to have it die cut so need the dots at a reasonable size.
This is probably a commissioned job that has be drawn but any font suggestions welcome.