dm Informe 00

by demonics
See also dm Informe 01 by demonics.

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The first of a series // dm Informe is a highly clean, modern, and technical face that is good for paragraphs or headers with a spreadsheet/tech feel.
Info: Created on 29th August 2012 . Last edited on 1st September 2012.
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Comment by demonics 30th August 2012
The XYZ don't fit the rest of the font too well. Other than this, I think this font is quite good, and I like that it looks just as good in both large and small text.
Comment by Echo (Rahi-Tak) 30th August 2012
I really love the lower case. Everything is in its place, it has indeed a tech feeling to it, and the inktraps... Man, the inktraps are just awesome!

You should, however, spend some time on the upper case to make it fit to the rest. But I take it that this is work-in-progress anyway?
Comment by laynecom 30th August 2012
Looks a bit like what I did in FilmSequence. Z should be improved, but I know diagonals can be a pain in this size. Great details with the ink traps!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 30th August 2012
I agree about the lowercase being the best. With all the difficulties inherent in such a small size, why don't you work on a larger scale?
Comment by p2pnut 30th August 2012
Thanks for the feedback! I think my basic problem glyphs are B N S W X Y Z s z; any suggestions? Thanks Yautja for the FilmSequence reference; that might spark some inspiration for solutions.

@laynecom // Thanks, and all my fonts are WIPs :-)
@p2pnut // I like working on a small scale. I'm not sure exactly why. I just don't think this font would look as good on fake Bézier curves, that's all. I'll consider it for future fonts. Thanks!
@Rahi-Tak // Thanks so much. I will see what I can do about X Y Z.
Comment by demonics 30th August 2012

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