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The top of A seems too flat/wide.
I would model the d more like the p (look at how the bottom of the bowl in p curves upward toward the stem).
Diagonal in Z feels too dark, but that one always tricky.
Overall Baran has a very happy and semi-casual feel. But that g is a little too tight and stiff.
…and protrude into the left gutter/margin when starting a line.
Maybe just a simple rotation of a couple of degrees would fix it.
And perhaps shorten the serifs on the inner triangles of /x and such -- they seem just a little closed in, but that could easily just be me.
/r is a really tricky letter; a lot of people just chop off a bit of /n, but that rarely looks right.
If nothing else, try joining at a lower height with a sharper angle.
As for /L, you don't want to condense it too much, or it'll start looking like a mutated /I.
(Cripes, I doubt that was any clearer...)
Having said that, in the past I did try to achieve consistency as much as possible but I'm trying to let go of that.
I was contemplating The Stroke already, think I'll buy it.
Constructing only to deconstruct later – this is imo the point where you know you have acquired the design skill.
Also, yeah, if you try to apply mathematical consistency too much you start to go nuts.
quite similarly I have made some computer-assisted music in the past and there also, sounds being too uniform or rythms being too regular will sound weird to the ear as if it's wrong
btw, my mind was blown the first time I saw this set of pictures