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    Created on 8th April 2009. Last edited on 24th June 2009.
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I really like this, but I'm not sure about the square corners on the bottom of the Q.
Comment by aphoria 18th april 2009
Yeah, it's a bit of an oddity, isn't it. Only one person out of this lot speaks Russian, ha ha.I swithered over it, but not for very long. I was struggling to express something different (for me) with Fontstruct but I ended up with another intaglio nonetheless.

Oh well, I enjoyed the process. So I'm going to try to stop myself getting all depressed when I repeat myself. I love the process of making the glyphs so that will have to do from now on.
Comment by intaglio 18th april 2009
Really cool. Like the g & 4.
unsure on the Q though.
Comment by djnippa 19th april 2009
Well said Intaglio! I think the the process is what is all about, these are the moments in which we grow, we learn and.. we enjoy, so please keep making glyphs and enjoy doing it! :)
Comment by Axel Leyer 11th may 2009
Great type man!
Comment by SF83 17th june 2009
i think the short slab serifs are great. slab serifs are great for snowboard and skateboard magazines, i will try this out for a snowboard/ski graphic design to see if it works...
Comment by somsay 17th june 2009
Thank you. I'd love to see a pdf of the result!
Comment by intaglio 18th june 2009

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