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For now this is unfinished font. Plan is to complete entire latin alphabet. I am sharing this incomplete font so I could receive feedback and tips how to redesign some characters.
Info: Created on 7th February 2009 . Last edited on 27th February 2009.
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Feel free to use this font. Give me some feedback and tips how to finish this font.
Comment by Branimir Kolarek (kolarek) 7th February 2009
I really like the style of this font, but it needs some work to get it 100% perfect.
Do you think the lower case e,k,s & z work? They may work better below the line, or breaking a few rules to get right.

I want this too work so badly, but your vision is obviously slightly different to mine. If it's OK with you, would you mind if I did my own interpretation?
Comment by djnippa 8th February 2009
Appreciate the comment and feedback. I have no problem with lowercase "ezsk". I think that they give unique style to the font. My bigger concerns are uppercase and lowercase "VY".

You are more than welcome to try to perfect this type. I took my inspiration from ROFIX logo, and triangle cuts are standard on few fonts. This style of fonts is typical for construction companies.
Comment by Branimir Kolarek (kolarek) 8th February 2009
Maybe do the 'y' a bit like the lower 'g'.
You may have to break a few rules for the v, double up on the cuts to get the angle.
How did you sample the screen shot?
Comment by djnippa 8th February 2009
Sweet... tnx for advice for Y. it worked great.

as for sample..first I took proportions from f, and from that i got abcdefghi and then problems started. When I got to m I had to narrow the font.

Comment by Branimir Kolarek (kolarek) 8th February 2009
Comment by Branimir Kolarek (kolarek) 8th February 2009
Maybe do the 'y' a bit like the lower 'g'.
You may have to break a few rules for the v, double up on the cuts to get the angle.
How did you sample the screen shot?
Comment by djnippa 8th February 2009
I have update on lower and uppercase "V".
Comment by Branimir Kolarek (kolarek) 8th February 2009

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