by jotapaulo

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The type shows weight and condensation in your way. It's actually a play on the Brazilian dialect. It is based on three modules only. Types excellent for displays
Info: Created on 3rd August 2013 . Last edited on 7th August 2013.
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Comment by jotapaulo 5th August 2013
I really like this!! 10/10.
The only thing I have against this is the "f" kerning and the small g and y. But it's your first fontstruct and this is AWESOME.
Comment by Icelar 13th August 2013
Great font, and useful with all those accents. What an impressive start. Welcome to FS :)

As to the g and y: I would fill the notch of the g to match the q and erase the little hook thing below to match the j. On the y I would drop the base to the baseline.
Have you tried putting a notch at the top of the letters E F and P to match the R ?
To reduce the space right of the f go into "Menu -> View -> Letter width" when you are in "expert mode". Then move the thicker green line to the left by one or two bricks (check which distance doesn't get other LC letters to be too close)
The j position inside a word might look better if you move the j 1 brick over that blue blue line to the left.
Just experiement a bit. If you are unsure of how it looked before the changes, just tap "z" on your keyboard to go back steps you made on the grid ;)

Happy future FontStructing !
Comment by Aeolien 13th August 2013
A really good first font :) 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 13th August 2013

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