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A slick, smooth font. Finished Sunday, October 20 2013, 7:46:12. Made in China.
Info: Created on 24th September 2013 . Last edited on 28th October 2013.
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Hmm … It would be better if the Lowercase were all at the same x-height. The z is backwards; the right double quote looks like it's upside down (by comparing it to the single right quote); the x is sweet; I like how the ? and ! are connected with the periods; and, the only thing I'm uncertain about is the design of the V, W, and X—they would look better, I think, if they were more like the lowercase versions. It's good overall, however. :)
Comment by sarreyn 20th October 2013
Actually, I was meant the x-height to be different, is expresses the different places of space, and I already changed the X and W and Y and Zs. Enjoy
Comment by Brian (20brianw) 21st October 2013
Better. :) I do like the offset x-height—I was just commenting, of course. :)
Comment by sarreyn 21st October 2013
Thats okay, and I'm maybe going to start a new font tomorrow.
Comment by Brian (20brianw) 27th October 2013

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