Quick rebound on Thomas Jockin lovely Line Slab. While doing this I realized how challenging this kind of style can be.
I only played with the way the slabs are dealt with. I felt like opening the slabs would lighten up the design, make it a bit simpler while bringing some "fanciness" to it. Doing this, I had to close the left top slab of the T for consistency, and keep the slab of the a closed. I know it might seam weird, but if you respect the ductus, this actually make sense… I think :)
For the serif, I used the same system and brought the slabs back to the h and the m, to see if it works.
9 months ago
I hope it's ok with you @Thomas Jockin , don't take this even as a recommendation, it's just me responding to your nice work!
@Hubert Florin This is awesome :-D Glad you like project. Keeping the serifs in the italic is really satisfying. Need to think on that.
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