Ubnshufr 4

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by Agent Demonic Ladybug
See also Amohat New by truth14ful.

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Info: Created on 16th April 2011 . Last edited on 11th February 2012.
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Good font, but the "a" looks a little bit like an "o".
Comment by truth14ful 21st April 2011
Other than the 'g' and 'q' being identical, I really like this.

Also, consider thickening the 'z' diagonal a bit at the top. Not sure if it would work, but it might :-)
Comment by LexKominek 21st January 2012
Any suggestions for q/g?
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 23rd January 2012
You could do a double storey g. Or q could be an o with a central decender (like a small cap Q).
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 23rd January 2012
You could do a double storey g. Or q could be an o with a central decender (like a small cap Q).
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 23rd January 2012
Comment by djnippa 23rd January 2012
Comment by djnippa 23rd January 2012
A few suggestions for 'g' & one for 'z'.
Do you think that the middle stem of 'k' should be more centralised, like the 'x'?.
Comment by djnippa 23rd January 2012
Also a suggestion for the dot above 'i' & 'j'.
Comment by djnippa 23rd January 2012
djnippa, you really don't have to keep doing this for me. Thank you so much.

(i actually like i j k how they are.)
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 24th January 2012
Sorry, I can't help it. It's in my nature. Take from it what you will.
You did ask "any suggestions for q & g?"
Now I realise that you don't like it. I will refrain from assisting you.

Although I'm glad you changed the k & z.
I'm not feelin' the new 'g'. It doesn't seem to fit. It looks like a reversed "C4 Font" g.
Also in reference to i & j. I think without the dot, they are very minimal. Where as the rest of the font doesn't have the same vertical minimalism.
I'd like to see your uppercase. I think that's the real challenge.
Comment by djnippa 25th January 2012
Hey, I'm sorry! You don't have to "refrain from assisting" me just because I didn't follow your tip. I asked for suggestions, yes, but that's not a guarantee that I'll use them. If I don't use your suggestions,

1) that doesn't mean I don't like them, and

2) you can always clone any of my fonts and change them to how you like them.
Anytime.

And thank you so much for helping me these multiple times. I am very grateful.

And I DO like your g! I just don't quite think it fits this font. Neither does mine, of course, but I'm working on it. I'll change i j.

Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 25th January 2012
Comment by zinfont 27th January 2012
@ zinfont What is that?
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 27th January 2012
One possibility might be to leave g and q identical. They will still work in context, just like I and l in some sans fonts. Another solution could be to let the g extend more than the p and q. This would look OK because the g has a hook, which needs more descender space than a p or q, kind of like my f in Savant Garde.
Comment by truth14ful 11th February 2012

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