RM DECOthin

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by p2pnut
Cloned from RM DECOmid by p2pnut.
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Now it really is thin and slim :)

9 Comments

A new version of Thinny that replaces the original (mixed) one.
Comment by p2pnut 25th february 2010
Very Nice!
Comment by jmarquez 25th february 2010
Yeah. That's the stuff. Overall, I think it looks more balanced. One small adjustment I would make: reduce the height of the left side of the capital J.
Comment by afrojet 25th february 2010
I was wondering about the j - you made my mind up :)

Sometimes I get locked into some kind of symmetry (in this case the lower bowls) and forget that the aesthetics might demand a subtle level of asymmetry.

The peer review element of FS is great at helping us to see our designs with a variety of eyes (often far more experienced ones at that). Cheers :)
Comment by p2pnut 25th february 2010
Great modifications p2pnut.
Comment by aphoria 25th february 2010
More Latin and Extended Latin A diacritics added.

As I don't have any cause to use these diacritics in my everyday (and sole) language (English), I am always aware that I may form or position diacritics incorrectly. If anyone ever notices such an error I will always be happy to ammend the errant character.
Comment by p2pnut 25th march 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “RM DECOthin” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 28th april 2010
great ! man
Comment by quinito 31st may 2010
thx for shared. it's a amazing!
Comment by mrcolor 14th november 2011

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