13 Winty/Sarreyn

by Evie S (j4s13)

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Google's font on Winty's site sparked it! Sarreyn taught* me smooth curves. *I learned by looking.
Info: Created on 28th September 2013 . Last edited on 2nd October 2013.
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Thanks Google! Thanks sarreyn! Thanks winty5/winty/Winter Design Studio! This a humanist font, The hardest letter was g.
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 3rd October 2013
This is much better. And, thank you for the compliment. Also, it just takes a bit of practice. :)
Comment by sarreyn 3rd October 2013
i wouldn't quite call this humanist, but great work!
Comment by demonics 4th October 2013
@demonics Slightly :) @sarreyn Thanks! :D
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 4th October 2013
You are welcome. The only thing I might change is the 'k'. You could do the angled type, like the 'x', or you could do the 'x' like the 'k' with curves? That, and I, personally would raise the bar of the 't' to the x height, as you have for 'g' and 'f'. I, myself, tend to like a certain continuity to a font, but this is good nonetheless.
Comment by sarreyn 4th October 2013
Done! Clone will be up in a few seconds!
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 4th October 2013

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