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For what it’s worth, I read Augusta immediately.
Craig Eliason said:
Your location of thickening in the bowls is really all over the place. Compare where it happens on the bowls of your capital and lowercase a’s. Consistency would add some grace to this.
Adam Jagosz said:
[ Just asking: this is lettering/logotype, right? Why call it a typeface? — misleading for newbies. ]
Feel free to use this... Enlarged the cap & reshaped the first two letters for legibility.
I think A is easily the most legible, but it comes with a cost. I think B has more character and is slightly more airy.
I can't look at it anymore... going away now. Bye.
The /A is a bit deformed (flattened in the thin part) and the curly inner tip is not very graceful either. If I can suggest something — go back to analog maybe, then scan and trace? (For the /A, at least — try to get the kink and vibe from your hand, and then use digital to ease that out).