Hi, I come up with a new type design dilema. In a typeface with “art deco” proportions, where the crossbar of H is high and upper bowls of letters like R and B are small, where would you place the bar for letters like Ł and Ð? And what happens with the capital Eszett and the bowl of Þ?
I haven’t found any good example of this.
One thing word noting is if you plan on designing a Cyrillic with the same proportions 'art deco' you've established in a Latin, you may run into troubles with bowled Cyrillic capitals, especially in heavier weights when some elements have bowls and horizontal strokes.