Labrynth 2.0

by themonotm

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An update to my previous Labrynth font. This revision improves the clarity of some characters. The new version also include proper lowercase characters.
Info: Created on 3rd July 2015 . Last edited on 4th April 2017.
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Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th July 2015
Very nice design. TP well deserved. The special characters need a bit of more work. The ones having diagonal features are inconsistent with the letters and numbers. The @ is hard to recognize if its with letters. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 7th July 2015
@Frodo7 Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, I'm still working on some of the special characters. I'm having an especially hard time with the small ones like the asterisk.
Comment by themonotm 8th July 2015
Could this be the right proportions for the asterisk?
Comment by p2pnut 8th July 2015
I think I'm actually going to leave the asterisk as is for now. I'm currently focusing on a new font. :)
Comment by themonotm 8th July 2015
You could, actually, make the asterisk a lot bigger, the size of a letter. This is a display font made for short snippets of text, e.g. headlines, not for long passages.

@p2pnut: Your asterisk looks brilliant.
Comment by Frodo7 8th July 2015

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