by Axel Leyer

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Comment by guentersen 23rd september 2008
Professional! :)
Comment by thalamic 23rd september 2008
Very well balanced, I like it!

I would only consider adding a serif to the numeral "5", and rethink a couple of secondary glyphs (e.g. the "?" looks too thin, the "@" too small, the "&" a little awkward). Anyway they are just minor details.

P.S. The sample image you post when sharing your fonts are beautifully designed: try to use the GIF or PNG format instead of JPG, because the JPG compression generates too many artifacts along the letter edge.
Comment by Em42 23rd september 2008
Comment by Axel Leyer 23rd september 2008
@Em42 : Yes... you´re right...forgot the serif on "5" and have to rethink some glyphs... It will be redo in next days... ;)
Thanks for your comments...I´ve changed the imege to gif, now it has no artifacts
Comment by Axel Leyer 23rd september 2008
OK, changed the "@", "&" and "?"...but on "5"...I think it works better without "serif" and match better with the other numbers...
Comment by Axel Leyer 23rd september 2008
Simply Slabulous!
Comment by geneus1 11th october 2008
Yup. One of the best Fontstruct slabs, for sure.
@em42: great tip on using .png or gif instead of jpeg. I was wondering why some samplers looked better than others.
Comment by intaglio 11th october 2008

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