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Jeff Peters said:
I like this, and I think it has sales potential too!1. Terminal of /t is a bit tapared, which is out of character. The bend also needs some more work, it's a bit too fat.2. The round characters looks bolder than the straight ones. Not much difference is needed in a monoline typeface like this, maybe 1-2 units more on the "o" than the "n"?3. I prefer less ink trap in a light font like this. Also /a, /p, /b, /u, etc.4. The inner curve needs some work, it's a bit too square.5. Inner curve looks a bit flat, needs some schwung, like Jasper said.6. Terminal is a bit lifeless, like Jasper said. When you're happy with the "t" terminal try flipping it and use it on "f" as well.7. I like the "grippy" terminals on /S, /s and /a – they're a bit more grotesque in style, whereas /C, /G and the likes have more of a Neo-grotesque feel. Try making them more similar. Grotesque terminals I have not seen in this kind of typeface, and would make your font more unique, I think. The neo-grotesque style is more common, like in Avant Garde. I like the more closed /C /c, by the way.8. The terminal needs a slightly tighter inner curve.9. If it's not already – try making the crossbar the same thickness as the other horizontals, it looks a bit weak.And I think the /O /o still looks a bit wonky. Try measuring it to see if it's symmetric and has its most weight at 9 and 3 o'clock, and not somewhere else.
Christian Thalmann said:
Really starting to like this! About the /o/: Maybe it's still just a bit «pointy» around the equator? Can you show the Bézier points?