In Russian, at least, the lines that distinguish "sh" from "t" in certain handwriting styles could hardly be considered diacritical marks. Instead, they would be viewed, I would think, as integral t… (View Post)
Well, perhaps this first draft of the typeface will enable him to determine which of those choices would be more faithful to the original that is being copied.
Perhaps finding more print … (View Post)
Here's a point that can be answered.
It's not like a typeface is a collection of independent attributes, any one of which can be removed like a pair of socks from a drawer.
Or maybe … (View Post)
Not being a native speaker of Greek, I hesitate to comment in this area, but it seems to me that the change in direction of the left descender of the lower-case lambda as it joins up with the main st… (View Post)
Although I disagree with your views on this issue in general - and they don't seem to have gotten much support from other posters here either, I think you have made a valid point in this s… (View Post)