Hello all,

I'm new here and I'm also new to type design. Having said that, I've been drawing type since I was a child and eventually grew up a little and became a graphic designer along the way. My hobby is now taking a serious turn as it's about time I tried to share and even sell my typeface designs. My first attempt was a hand drawn, all caps, neoclassical serif face that I named 'Carrig'. Carrig being the Irish word for 'rock' (I'm based in Ireland) and the typeface itself was strongly influenced by classic letterforms carved into stone and weathered by time.

So, now I am developing Carrig into a full family and here, with the Roman weight, I have drawn a full set of lowercase characters to suit the style of their uppercase parents.

I'd like to know the background from the typefaces used in (hand engraved) music scores. I have looked at the text faces for setting titles, lyrics, tempi and dynamics. Music symbols is another interesting subject, since there is a great decline in typographical standards when comparing computer scores to traditional scores. There is no digital music symbol font that I know of that has attention to all the details that you would find in an engraved score.

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Symmetrical Didone M

Hi all,

I'm looking for a neoclassical typeface that includes a symmetrical M, if there is any. All the Didones I've checked out (starting with Didot and Bodoni) have asymmetrical Ms. Does anyone have any suggestion?


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Hello friends, im workingon some ligatures, i think im done now, but somehow i cant tell if the fj, ff and fi work.
I post the regular and the bold version. Please go ahead with your comments.



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