I’d try to use contextual alternates so that it’s not like some letters are always "down" and others always "up", but to get a nice alternating pattern. E.g. now the word "from" is completely made from "up" letters and it will look strange if it’s next to a word made of only "down" letters.
BTW, if you're feeling adventurous, you could even add a few more blackletter-style quirks, such as a /P with a full-height body and a descender, /H and /K with overhead arches, lowercase-style /N and /M, etc... maybe as a third export font, so as not to weigh down your default font.
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also: /u is too wide (and maybe /v too narrow) /1 could use some overshooting (upwards) /G would probably look nicer if its north-east end bent a little less (or you could try moving the top extreme to the left) bottom half of /3 looks too small (try pulling the bottom end to the left, leaving the top end at the same place)