Petit Biscuit

by Aeolien

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Just to show that I have finished the UC as mentioned in the 'Biscuit de l'Ouest' description. The UC are on biscuits.

Diacritics of more Latin are done as well as a few more symbols and punctuation. A crumb-free "+" is on the "%", a biscuit with surface dips is on the "(" and one with a flat surface is on the ")". The square brackets, when used without a space or letters, will make into a narrower biscuit, and are also used like round brackets.

Info: Created on 3rd April 2016 . Last edited on 26th January 2017.
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Just showing that I did manage to make the deliciously crunchy version of the font. The Biscuit de l'Ouest with low calorie rating ;) is still for DL.

Comment by Aeolien 26th August 2016

Now I'm hungry, lol. I really like the curls. I might, however, turn the starting terminals on T, 7, and the +, so that they follow the same angle. The top of five, as well, I think would look better if it mirrored E. I would also mirror the bottom legs in E, L, and 2, and maybe lower the bar on 4—maybe angle the initial leg like 1? Other than that I like it. :)

Comment by TCWhite 28th August 2016

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