I'm crafting a slab-serif font for practice. This is the first slab font that I have worked on and it's quite invigorating I must say.
The New York Typography Project is just sample text for purpose of testing letterforms. Any feedback is appreciated as always.
over 1 year ago
Yeah really nice Joe!
Looks tight, Joe.
Fresh! Love that 'y'.
Looks great Joe
Looks really really clean! Love it!
I love it.
O needs work. Not slabby enough.
You're a machine, man.
Shut up and take my money!
I want this font now! :)
can't find a single dis'consitency! looks so clean JP!
Looking really smart.
Have you tried having a straight cut atop the lower case 't'?
Really, really, really, really love it!!
So good to see a new shot from you! This looks stunning, I absolutely love the 'y'. I really like how you've incorporated the slab on the 'c' as well. (Oh and while this is obviously not the focal point of the shot, I also really like the dotted blue guides - they look a bit like those learn-to-write books for kids)
wow. not bad for a 200th time, much less the first. great job.
Loving the looks of this, Joe. That "k" is particularly attractive.
the "y" is nice. "y"? becasue I love it.
This is so solid! Really love those brackets. Consistent overshoots, cohesive feels amongst all the letters, not one feels out of place. Love to see what you do with the caps.
It looks really nice Joe, SHARE IT!!! :)
I want it so bad!
Thanks for the comments amigos - I always appreciate all the great feedback!
@Simon, cheers man!
@Alex, how'd I miss that? :P
@Phil, I did have a horizontal cut on the 't' originally but the angled cut sits better optically with the large descenders. I'll keep it in mind though.
@Claire, brings back memories of the good old days :) Thanks for the comment!
@kirk, hah thanks man.
@Seth, appreciate the comment!
@Mike, "y" thank you :)
@Sean, thanks for taking the time to comment - always appreciate you stopping by!
@Rudy/Jake - I'll keep working on it!
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