My definition of 'quality of drawing' are those aspects fo the design which affect the perception of the font. Smooth flowing curves with no lumps where they are not supposed to be. Consistency of stem width, compensation for the optical illusions which plague the perception of a font.Beau Williamson said:I would be very interested in a breakdown of 'quality of drawing'. Just a few points to watch out for in specific, such as curve quality (not bumpy).
Well I didn't make it to slavishly copy any font, it just started out as Consort with a good helping of artistic license thrown in with a few ideas from Clarendon, basically whatever appealed to me at the time.André G. Isaak said:To me this looks far more like Consort + Century rather than Consort + Clarendon.
Not a criticism, just an observation.