Hi, a beginner type designer here.
I'm making a sans-serif typeface that I wish to work well on body text, but also to have enough interest as a display typeface. I'm aiming for some sort of "hand-lettered" feel. My starting point was /Q, that took its shape from a letter drawn on a chalkboard by one of my math teachers. After drawing a few more of the capital letters it started to look like something from an old tin can or something, at least in my mind.
That's why I gave it a name "Le Sardino".
I have two masters, thinner "regular" and heavy. I have been test driving it on screen for a while now, and I'm becoming quite blind to its flaws. What should be improved?
Screenshot from Wikipedia. (The slanted version is created by the browser, I have no slanted master.)
EDIT: I added "Type Design Critiques" tag to this post, but it's showing up in "Type Design Software". Any help?