by Noah (winty5)

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A font that looks as if cut by a knife
Info: Created on 11th August 2013 . Last edited on 26th May 2014.
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You are back!
Comment by opipik 17th May 2014
Hey, guys! Im back :D
I haven't been on for a few months, so my font skills might be a bit rusty. Im a bit sad I missed the Inlinecomp, but a lotta stuff was going on (moving into a new house) and my 12th birthday is coming up!!!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 17th May 2014
Lol, just noticed ur comment opipik. Thanks :)
Comment by Noah (winty5) 17th May 2014
Yeay, welcome back winty!!

Your skills has just getting better actually, this font is very nice! Love the "I", just keep the consistency by keeping it narrow.

Also, uh, what's happen to the "i" and "j"?
Comment by cablecomputer 18th May 2014
Welcome back :) - you will soon be back in the swim if this is anything to go by.
Comment by p2pnut 18th May 2014
@cable: Thanks :D I'll fix the i and j soon.

@p2p: I hope so :)
Comment by Noah (winty5) 19th May 2014
It's great to see you're back, Noah! :)

I really like the imbalanced lowercase. Would the v and w look better if you made their diagonal strokes a brick thicker? IMHO, the k and x would fit in better if the bottom two rows were taken off of each. Overall, though, a really good design!
Comment by ETHproductions 20th May 2014
Welcome back Noah, and cool new effort. The Lc work almost well, but i think "v","w" and "x" would gain to be more bold . I think UC need more work. Some remarks and suggestions : First, i don't think the fact that UC and lc have different baselines does not work well here. Then, "I" is too wide; "P" looks too much like a "Z"; Maybe "E", "F", "M" R, and W lack of some more links to get more consistency; Also, now that you have made an lc set, i think you could a "T" looking more like a capital one. Last, i think "U" and "V" are too similar.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 20th May 2014
Woops, i wanted to say : "First, i don't think the fact that UC and lc have different baselines DOES work well here", mean it would be better if aligned.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 20th May 2014
Thanks for the suggestions, both! I'll change the baseline and edit the letters.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 20th May 2014
Fixed baseline, v, w, k, x, I, P, E, F ,M, R, W, T, U, and V.
Now on to punctuation and accents!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 20th May 2014
You forgot to put the "J" on alignment with the other UC
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 21st May 2014
Oh whoops :P
Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th May 2014
J fixed
Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th May 2014

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