4 months ago
it's hard to crit such a tiny grab man, attach bigger jpgs in the future!
@Dave the type is intended for small sizes on printed paper. Anything on the screen doesn’t justify the goal.
When is the type going to be available for download?
Liking the horizontal break, though I'm curious why you left it out of the 'A'. The 'n' feels out of place, the interior curve of the shoulder seems a bit too abrupt compared to the rest of the characters, but maybe that changes w/ ink bleed. Overall I love the character the face has.
@Max maybe never.
Not many people focus on well done serif type these days. I like this a lot @matt yow.
@matt yow I have no idea what you just said, it's possible to critique type on a screen that is intended to small sizes in print, especially if you attached a PDF or something.
@John Choura Jr. Sorry dude, but that's really not true at all. Heaps of people drew serifs last year.
To support @Dave Foster, showing type at this size on screen and expecting some useful critique doesn't make sense. Attach of type at bigger size or pdf would be the best option.
Also, there are great bunch of serifs made every year.
I should open my eyes @Dave Foster
I want this typeface so bad. When can I beta/buy it?
@David, I’ll let you know—but it’ll be a while...
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