AT Nudgera

by architaraz

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Macaroni serifs, inline, rounder propellers and overshoot manipulation with the nudge tool. In progress.
Info: Created on 16th May 2014 . Last edited on 9th June 2014.
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Breaking out of the grid gives this a playful touch. The subtle interior ink traps add to that.
Comment by four 18th May 2014
Imaginative and well balanced.
Comment by p2pnut 18th May 2014
Comment by architaraz 19th May 2014
Brilliant, master! I've try something like this in my font zainless eYe/FS, but your's better one more time! Congrats!
Comment by elmoyenique 19th May 2014
Really pretty! I can't wait to try out the new nudge feature myself! i think lowercase s should look more like capital S, and double-bowl g might be interesting,IMHO.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 19th May 2014
A great new version of AT Liniya! The overshoots and inktraps are very pretty.
Comment by ETHproductions 20th May 2014
Thanks, everybody!

@Elmoyenique: No, not better, just similar :)
@ETH: Yes, you're right. It started as a nudged version of Liniya, but then I've decided to make it different by making even shorter lowercase.
@winty5: Welcome back! Shapes you're suggesting are difficult to achieve.
Comment by architaraz 20th May 2014

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