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Info: Created on 20th November 2017 . Last edited on 29th November 2017.
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A serif font where all the serifs point inward. The serifs are soft and the outside shell is hard. Like an oyster.

Comment by jonrgrover 27th November 2017

Nice entry, Z can be a brick wider...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 27th November 2017

Widening the Z might change the angle of the 'diagonal' which you have nowhere else. That would destroy the look. BTW I love the m, w and x: shapes to base a novel font on. Could the j move to the left a little? Good luck.

Comment by Aeolien 27th November 2017

I think it's an optical illusion. Both Z's actually use slopes that are used elsewhere in the font, and yet they both look like they have unique slopes. And I moved the J's

Comment by jonrgrover 29th November 2017

Wow, this is a cool font!

Comment by dream212 4th December 2017

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