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Xtina is a condensed, slab-serif typeface.

5 Comments

This has got potential.
Fav letters are @,a,e,7,M,N
However for this to really work the advance spacing really needs to be sorted on the A,R,a,g.
Not keen on the "J' being below the line, i think it might look better with a U shaped bottom bar, and only half a serif at the top.
The 'U' and the 'V' should be swapped. The V is the only one that isn't really working.
The middle bar in f & k is too long.
And although creative, the '4' looks out of place.
I'd also knock off that extra stem on the '%'.
Comment by djnippa 14th february 2009
Nice! this looks sell-able!
Comment by Joostmarcellis 17th february 2009
thanks for the comments, guys. i really appreciate them. when i get some time, i'm gonna go back and do a little tweaking.
Comment by Casey Conroy (caseyconroy) 17th february 2009
casey this is just great.
Comment by thalaglio 17th february 2009
Very nice. Djnippa has a lot of good suggestions too.
Comment by aphoria 18th february 2009

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