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Hrant H. Papazian said:
The lowercase could lead to just a mainstream font, but the uppercase exhibits a novel feature: centering on a line, instead of fitting within bounds. I would explore that.
... I notice is the lower h, m, n shoulders look a little out of place where they meet the vertical. reference b/p perhaps just looks a little high ...
Samuil Simonov said:
Very, very interesting. This /o reminds me of some Moscow Metro station fonts, but I think it should be mixed with the smaller /o and perhaps /c could be sometimes enlarged as well when not next to each other.I wonder how Cyrillic will look when given your treatment.