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See also RM DECOthin by p2pnut, RM Middy + by p2pnut.

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Thin and skinny
Info: Created on 19th February 2010 . Last edited on 26th March 2010.
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Nice. I can see you're wearing your skinny jeans again. Looks real sharp at pixel view. Curious to learn why you went with the double width uppercase? Design decision or FontStruct constraint?
Comment by afrojet 23rd February 2010
Cheers aj. I'm fairly sure that it was a conscious design decision ... but now you mention it ... maybe a Thinny Lite is on the cards.
Comment by p2pnut 23rd February 2010
I don't think the upper & lower case balance well, it looks really old fashioned, and a bit weak. I think the upper should be halved or at least a third thinner. I also think the K & k, could be sharp rather than curved. Also 4 is too thin, 5 centre may look better highter, along with 6 and 8. Again though the numbers look too wide.
Comment by djnippa 24th February 2010
@djnippa: I'm not too worried about 'old fashioned' - after all I revel in Deco design. However, your comments chime with aj's regarding the width of the UC and I am already working on a more balanced (thinner) UC. The numbers were a problem - as I was trying to maintain the x height that I had used for the horizontals of the UC. Perhaps I need to free myself from that constraint. The Kk looked too angular when I did the first (sharp) version - I was trying to keep the rounded look overall. Still, I'll look at them again when I slim down the UC. Thanks for your advice :)
Comment by p2pnut 24th February 2010
New version of Thinny replaces this one.
Comment by p2pnut 25th February 2010
l/c altered to (hopefully) balance the U/C
Comment by p2pnut 25th February 2010
Nice job!
I'd like to use this, but need an adjustment...could I clone please?
Comment by jzparkem 20th July 2012
@jzparkem: Glad you like it. Sorry, but I no longer allow my fonts to be cloned. In the past people have cloned my work and then passed it off as their own. I'm sure that is not what you intend, but hope you will understand.
If there are any ammendments that I can make for you, let me know. Probably best via a Message :)
Comment by p2pnut 21st July 2012
@p2pnut: Thank you for your response, and I understand your reasoning. I'll let you know via message if I still need to. Thanks!
Comment by jzparkem 23rd July 2012

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