I'm adding Latin script to a newly designed Hebrew font family.
Latin and Hebrew scripts are very different by nature and it is quite an interesting harmonising challenge.
It is meant to be a clean Text/Body typeface and alternate the common "default" fonts on and offline, thus I've chosen a basic/classic roman letters structure for the Latin script and try to match the styling as possible.
It is just the very beginning (of the Latin design) and I would appreciate any opinion or insight.
While fooling around I tried to see how a low /f and /t's crossbar would look like? The /t looked very bad with a lowered crossbar but I'm quite fond of the /f with it lowered but I don't recall seeing it anywhere and I wonder if it's because I didn't see enough or there's a serious reason for positioning it up on the x-height?