I started working on the caps for my font »Grandesque«. Having a lot of fun with the various possibilities for the Q.
Comments welcome as always. Which one do you like best?
over 2 years ago
Nice, Dig the one on the left the most :)
I agree the big one on the left is lovely.
Left here too. It looks a little like O forgot to tie it's shoelace.
Big left, but in the third version on the small row, the one with one less curve...seem more equilibrium IMO
Big left and second to last (near bottom right) are my favourites - very nice work!
third one in the orange row. Call me oldschool. Yeeeeaaaah
never saw a q like the first on in second row, but i love it. aa makes problems on the vertical line though :–(
Also wanted to vote 3rd in orange row.
I'm kind of digging the 2nd one on the left, in the orange row. But i'm not sure if it's reading well as a Q yet.
Wow Julian, those are all gorgeous man. I've found that the letter 'Q' has so many possibilities and is extremely fun to play around with. That being said, my favorite is definitely 3rd from the left on the orange row. It has just enough class and appeal but doesn't seem like it would impede the rest of the characters around it. I also am very fond of the 4th one from the left on the blue row - that thing is stunning :)
Can't wait to see more of this beautiful font, keep me posted. Cheers.
Some of these read as a "G" at a glance. My favorite is the orange, second from left. The problem with this one is it may loose effectiveness at smaller settings. You should add the glyph over it too as a solution let people access stylistic features. Nice work!
Holy moly. The lefty and the second last one is fantastic.
The last of the orange row for me.
These are stunning - the variation is seriously impressive. I love the one on the left. The light blue series is a nice, more restrained direction too - the second one from left looks like an 'O' playing golf. Good luck deciding!
Those are some damn nice Q's. I like the big jam the best...
^I am with you John :)
about 2 years ago
First of all, this is still badass after looking at it again. Second, where the hell have you been man and how is the progress of this font going?
I appreciate it, Joe. I'm doing good, university keeps me pretty busy but there's more stuff coming from me soon.
The font is coming along slowly but surely. Can't quite figure out how you're churning them out at the rate that you do :)
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