by Noah (winty5)
See also Hjet by TCWhite.

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Info: Created on 21st January 2016 . Last edited on 28th January 2016.
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A font perfect for fancy greeting cards for Valentines' Day and other occasions. I was inspired by some of laynecom's fonts. Sample coming soon.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 23rd January 2016

Very elegant. You are developing a very mature eye for this old font game Noah.

Comment by p2pnut 23rd January 2016

Looks quite playful! The 4 looks a bit like Y/y, would extending the crossbar of the cup to the right be possible? Or would that change the look too much?

Comment by Aeolien 23rd January 2016

@p2pnut: Thanks so much. I think I've really gotten better at making fonts since I came back to FS.

@Aeolien: Thanks for the comment! I'll fool around a bit with 4 and see what I can do.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 23rd January 2016

I like this. And yes, you have gotten better. We all have. :) Suggestions: I would make the seven wider, i.e., not have the right serif, so that the middle section thins out like Z. I would change the top of the t, i.e., maybe make it like the leg of seven, but flipped? I would also raise the descenders on J and Q. My only other thing: could the rounded legs, i.e., A, K, M, N, R, X, et cetera, be leveled at the same height as the other serifs?

Comment by TCWhite 23rd January 2016

P.S. You could fix 4 by making the left leg round at the top, and the bar squared at the bottom.

Comment by TCWhite 23rd January 2016

*You could essentially just flip the left leg.

Comment by TCWhite 23rd January 2016

@TCWhite: I've made all the suggestions you asked, but I don't understand what you mean about the 4.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 23rd January 2016

Check my version of this out. :)

Comment by TCWhite 24th January 2016

I like your new Q and g.

Comment by TCWhite 25th January 2016

Yup, I think it works better this way. I changed the & as well, I included the old & and the old g on the grave and circumflex accents, though I might move them to some other character or the Private Use Area if these are required for something.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 25th January 2016

Here's a quickie sample, i'll make a better one later.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 25th January 2016

I put the one-storey g in the IPA, as that is where is belongs—the capital version is in Latin Extended-D. Nice sample. :)

Comment by TCWhite 25th January 2016

Thanks. I may do the same with the g in this one. Another sample is in the works.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 25th January 2016

2nd sample:

Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th January 2016

3rd sample:

Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th January 2016

Sorry for the huge image, i didn't intend for it to be that big lol

Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th January 2016

This font is my fav. You're so talented! Great work! Do you mind to check out my work and give me feedbacks? Thankyou :D

Comment by mariachristine 30th March 2016

Will do. Thanks for the comment.

Comment by Noah (winty5) 3rd April 2016

this is amazing. Love it!!

Comment by Celia Ivana (celiabenboy) 3rd April 2016

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