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this is my first published font since I joined. So, I am not a professional font designer. I just made this font for fun. So if you have any problems please feel free to share them in the comments. 

Yours sincerely,
Thank you.

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this is my first published font since I joined. So, I am not a professional font designer. I just made this font for fun. So if you have any problems please feel free to share them in the comments. 

Yours sincerely,
Thank you.

Comment by GamerScreen202178 Tue, 2nd january

I like it. I am no prfessional either, just hobbyist and I really do not have problem with anything, I would just suggest some details for consideration.

The joint of W, I am not sure if it was intentional or just a dropped brick,

Letter K maybe could have little deeper wedge from right,

Letter X maybe could be blend of two K wedges back to back.

Comment by Peter (Petruuccio) Tue, 2nd january

hey Peter (Petruuccio), nice to hear your reply. It motivates me to do more.
The joint of W is not possible as the bricks are overlapping in opposite directions, but I will try to solve this issue.
for letter K I think that it is clearly visible (from my view)
and for letter X I will update soon. (I liked your idea!)​​​​​​

Comment by GamerScreen202178 Tue, 2nd january

now looking very much better than before!  thanks, @Peter (Petruuccio) for the suggestion. 

Comment by GamerScreen202178 Tue, 2nd january

letter W joined

Comment by GamerScreen202178 Tue, 2nd january

Hi, GS. I'm still an learner after all these years in FS and I'm not a professional font designer by any means. But let me show you some hints on some of your glyphs, IMHO. Don't worry, making a font is like walking through a maze, but you could make it easier by following a few rules and deciding what to do with each letter.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 2nd january
Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 2nd january

But always remember that the font is yours and you decide the design of its glyphs. Good luck and move on.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 2nd january

Thank you @elmoyenique, for your suggestion and appreciation. I will try it and will upload soon.

Comment by GamerScreen202178 Tue, 2nd january

So you eventually found a way for that joint :-) Good job. I also like the suggestion for making some glyphs more "uniform" in width and thickness, but like Elmo said, it is your font to decide, whether to incorporate any suggestion or not. It has to suit you.

Comment by Peter (Petruuccio) Tue, 2nd january

Most have been explained by elmoyenique & and Peter above. I like to add just something to that, since elmoyenique said something that might confuse some, to quote some parts from the above comments:

elmoyenique said: "the font is yours and you decide the design of its glyphs."

Peter said: "it is your font to decide, whether to incorporate any suggestion or not."

— Which is absolutely right, but, when one wants more traditional lettering and make better quality fonts there are some basic concepts and rules that should be concidered in terms of constructing letter geometry.

Peter said: "It has to suit you."

— Perhaps in a most abstract way thats probably right. but lets be honest for a second here. Formost of all "it has to suit the font" and only the font as a whole in return has to suit its creator. At least if the goal is to make good functional quality fonts.

I created a set of infographs which contain some concept quidance that I think is pretty useful to know. I will include them in the comments bellow

Happy structing!

Cheers

Comment by Sed4tives Wed, 3rd january

Now, these infographs are a response to the "mixed bag" of styles for letter geometry that I detect in this fontstruction. There basically are 3 completely different geometric concepts that run random throughout the glyph set, and are somewhat conflicting together.

Comment by Sed4tives Wed, 3rd january
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Comment by Sed4tives Wed, 3rd january
Comment by Sed4tives Wed, 3rd january

Thank you @Sed4tives, for your suggestions and ideas. I will try to implement them in upcoming fonts.

Comment by GamerScreen202178 Wed, 3rd january

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