Everything feels nice, but the 'S' seems a little wonky and leaning backwards. Maybe extending the top curve a little more will balance it out?
8 months ago
Thanks for your comment.
You refer to the Black I suppose -- I agree with you? This weight is not delivered to the client, only Bold and Regular and on such weights the feeling is good. This small contrast (narrow top S) add good vide to the style of the typeface used for a brand, as the unusual "symetric M."
Yeah I was talking about the Black font, but that makes sense with what you say. Looks good as a whole.
Sometimes, due to blend/interpolation process, exaggerations should be made. :)
Font Bureau's Eagle has similar problems in the black weight. One reason I can not use it if an A or N are needed.
6 months ago
Geometric system is much limited to any other. Clearly. We agree at 100%. Its why on Singulier http://zecraft.com/fonts/singulier, we have by default squared endings for all "diagonal" glyphs + opentype feature to active pointed versions to be used on certain cases, such large sizes. Pointed versions are the worst thing to kern!
But life need them in certain situations.
…The diagonal is the crucial aspect of the corporate identity for which the typefaces in question have been designed for. We have to wait next year for the launch.
I look forward to seeing how they use them. I agree that something like that can be used an interesting element of design that transcends what "should" be or "might be" or "is" correct in a typeface design.
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