Kind of a mix of Goudy and Dwiggins shapes in the roman in some ways, fairly narrow and spindly. Looks much less so now than it used to, but I can’t think of a better codename. It seems to work well enough on tablet.
I’m still unhappy with the roman /f; any pointers? Darkening it made it look unbalanced next to /l.
Is the roman /Z a bit dark?
I think I prefer the alternate italic shapes of /C/G/S; they match the lc (not just their lc counterparts) much better. I also think I prefer the basic shape of alternate /S over that of normal S, which is strictly a sloped roman.
I used sloped forms of /G and /Q in the italic to match the roman SC as opposed to the italic caps; is this correct?