by jmarquez

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Comment by jmarquez 21st january 2010
nice font. I like the overall structure. Your g is very nice.
Maybe a little too tightly spaced, but that can easily be fixed.
Comment by Kamiel 21st january 2010
Veeeery slick. I mean that in the best way possible. The distinction between m and w is subtle and sweet. Maybe the v x z could be less curvy. The 'a' is ITC Garamond 'a' cool (that's my mostest favoritist 'a' ever). Love it.
Comment by thalamic 21st january 2010
Great work...very smooth.
Comment by aphoria 21st january 2010
that's an ingenious way to get around fontstruct limitations without too much fussing. other than that: very well balanced, professional-looking font. nice work.
Comment by david t 21st january 2010
Simply superb. Very modern curves, well balanced and perfectly executed. Looking forward to the uppercase. a,b,g,z are my favs. 10/10
Comment by djnippa 22nd january 2010
Beautifullt proportioned - just a joy to look at.
Comment by p2pnut 22nd january 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Redonda” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 23rd january 2010
Elegant? Modern? Stylish?...Pristine!
A well deserved TP.
Comment by cayo 24th january 2010
Similar style to another font of yours Styl=0 but with the letters look much better. Other one looked good but this more than good. 10/10 and download
Comment by James Richardson (Type_of_its_own) 25th january 2010
A simple design radiating beauty and elegance. The more I look at it, the more I marvel at. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 26th january 2010
Thanks to all for the feedback.
I apologize for the late reply but my Fontstruc timeshare as been very short lately (by lately I mean the past few months :)
*Blushing again*
Comment by jmarquez 27th january 2010
Love the capitals, but really not sure about the reverse N.
Any plans for numerals?
Comment by djnippa 29th january 2010
it's all been said, but very captivating with lots of panache.
Comment by funk_king 31st january 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Redonda” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by afrojet 1st february 2010
Congratulations for you being Featured Download. A fine choice.
Comment by Frodo7 1st february 2010
Comment by Alejandro Cabrera Avila (superhuasteco) 2nd february 2010
Afrojet, thanks for the Featured Download, it's a great honor!
Djnippa, I’ve Changed the “N” back to its original self. Numerals are on their way.
Thank you Funk_king, Frodo7 and Superhuasteco.

Ps: Can anyone tell me what a Polka Dog is? o.0
Comment by jmarquez 2nd february 2010
one example :)
Comment by funk_king 5th february 2010
oppps. actually two :)
Comment by funk_king 5th february 2010
xD lol
Thanks, now I get it!
Comment by jmarquez 5th february 2010
Another example perhaps ...
Comment by p2pnut 5th february 2010
Comment by p2pnut 5th february 2010
any body know how to extract the font embed in the word document
Comment by povlong 5th february 2010
Very good, but its ashame there are no numbers or symbols
Comment by bigrua 6th february 2010
@p2pnut: now I don't get it! where are the polka dots on that picture???

@povlong: I don't know. (that's even more off-topic than the polka dogs)

@bigrua: this font will be updated with numerals and symbols soon.
Comment by jmarquez 8th february 2010
Sorry to confuse you jm ... it is just a play on words (which only works in English). These are Poker Dogs (dogs playing poker).

Polka Dots > Polka Dogs > Poker Dogs
Comment by p2pnut 8th february 2010
Comment by jmarquez 9th february 2010
Lovin the numerals, specially the 4 & 7, not 100% about the 3 & 8 though. They don't seem to have the same style as the rest of theset.
Comment by djnippa 9th february 2010
Great numerals, but the 3 and 8 look a bit top heavy (even though the top and bottom bowls actually may be equal).
Comment by p2pnut 9th february 2010
i don't know how to get use it
Comment by gadgethead16 10th february 2010
@gadgethead16: install fonts

working on the "8" and "3"!
Comment by jmarquez 10th february 2010
Comment by jmarquez 10th february 2010
Looking good - love that 8 :)
Comment by p2pnut 10th february 2010
The new 3 and 8 are the 8.
Comment by aphoria 10th february 2010
Wow great amends, lovin' the new 8.
Excellent work.
Comment by djnippa 10th february 2010
Lots of clarity and implied curvilinearity here. Nice implementation of feature recommendations, too. Polka dogs! =)
Comment by geneus1 20th march 2010
Styl=0 was probably my favorite dot font on here...until I came across this. Brilliant. That "a" and "g'' are oozing style.
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 31st may 2010
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