How about this, though?
Yes, that looks so much better.
BTW, can I get away with a Roman-style д in my Unicase-style cut, or would it have to be an Italic-style one (similar to ð or g) in order to fit the other letters?
I think t…
Oh, and I'm thinking of simplifying the /б as follows. Does that work?
No, it does not work
You can try next:
(Example: Journal Sans)
Uppercase U/У is heavy bottom and narrow. Maybe you should try something else.
It may seem confusing for one font to share roman and italic attributes, but a mathematical symbol set includes all sorts of operators and bracketing characters that are never italicized.
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Thanks for the comments, Craig and Philip.
I’ve re-worked link, ear and the upper bowl of /g/. What do you think? Does it work better? Personally, I have some reservations about the upper bowl, but I'm not sure.
Thanks for the comments, I'll update as soon as possible.
Philip and Christian,
Well, I thought it would look better if the curves of the letters e’s (and c, f, s’s etc) flares out a bit at the end.
>Have you tried making it perpendicular t…
Thanks guys for the feedback. I think you're both right on all points.
Here's what has been done so far. I changed /f/a/e /w/v/y and added new /b/p/q/d and two-story /g. Christian, your advice really helped me make /b.
And I made sev…