Air Force Reserve

by cooldude621972

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This font was inspired from the font the Air Force Reserve uses as part of their logo. If it might look better, I'll add lowercase later. Tell me what you think!
Info: Created on 28th November 2009 . Last edited on 31st December 2009.
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Great job on this, looks pretty cool. The 'Z' looks a little too much like a backwards 'S' though.
Comment by Joseph Chou (thesock338) 30th December 2009
You may need to adjust the letter spacing/kerning of the W. The M and N look a wee bit narrow and their diagonals seem a touch too thin.
Comment by p2pnut 31st December 2009
This is the beauty of FontStruct: everyone is absolutly full of constructive critisism! It's great! I had my suspecions on the 'Z' as well, so I squared the corners a little more. In addition, I did need to adjust the kerning of the 'W', that was just a flaw in my 'check, double-check' process. I did nothing to the 'N' and 'M', although, I am considering making them a 'Lowercase' style, that is, just an arch (or two). Should I do that?
Comment by cooldude621972 31st December 2009
I agree, this font does look very nice. The letters are a little too close, and it would be better if it had lower case letters too.
Comment by jphturtle 19th October 2012

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