• Matthew SmithMatthew Smith Posts: 69
    edited August 2022
    I know a lot of people here are liking the two-story, more quirky “g,” but if it means anything I am not particularly fond of it. For me personally, it almost feels backwards as if it is sitting between being a standard “g” and wanting to be a two story “g.”
    Have you considered a Hobo-like approach (albeit still descending)? This would also allow that tight pinch at the joint which is rather prominent throughout your lowercase.

    Just an idea! Fun stuff so far though.

  • Nick CookeNick Cooke Posts: 162
    That's quite nice. I think I'll work it up and include it as a third g style set  :)

    I have done that style in an as-yet unreleased family:

  • Craig EliasonCraig Eliason Posts: 1,308
    Was thinking you could also add a tight pinch in the existing /g, perhaps here

  • I agree with @Craig Eliason and I feel like that ear could also be a bit tighter where it joins the bowl. 
  • For me (as a spanish speaker) the inverted tail direction that Matthew suggested, makes me see it as /q instead of a /g
  • Nick CookeNick Cooke Posts: 162
    Craig; I have taken the g in a bit in the middle. Your idea is a bit too extreme. 
    Original on the left, amended preferred in the middle and too extreme right.
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