As promised, here is the final alphabet (complete with numerals!) for the font I've been working on and off for a few weeks. Made a few tweaks to most of the letterforms to try and make it more optically pleasing, but I still think there could be some improvements made somewhere. I've just upgraded to a pro account, so I've attached a larger version of the alphabet for scrutiny, so have a look at let me know what you think!
And yeah I'm lazy and haven't thought of a fancy name for it yet haha.
9 months ago
@Jordan Sain @Joe Horacek Thanks guys :)
nice work, where can I download this?
@Danny Arar - Unfortunately, nowhere at the moment as I don't have access to Fontlab, but it's on my to do list and once I get there I'll let you know!
Only just seeing this now, love the updates you've done! 'W' in particular works great. To me, the 'J' feels quite wide still, with the lower horizontal creating a big gap above. The top right stroke of the 'S' seems to stretch a little too far to the right as well, if you brought it back a tiny bit it might balance that letter out more (although 'S's are notoriously a pain to do).
I like the look of your numerals a lot, they have a good feel to them - a little quirky without being overwhelming. I think the top part of the '5' could be a little smaller though, it feels like it's squishing the lower bowl a bit (if that makes any sense!).
Anyway, hope this is coming along well – all the best with the continuation!
8 months ago
Would love to buy a copy of this font when you release it. Looking good!
2 months ago
man this is so sexy. love your take on old block lettering...
@Titus - I'll keep you updated!
@Brett - Haha thanks man.
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