Ingerol-2

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This is the bolder version of INGEROL. Made for my uncle ROLF who is celebrating his birthday on the 28th August. I named the font for him and in loving memory of my aunt INGE who I miss very much. Love, Holli and Ninzi.

Info: Created on 18th August 2019 . Last edited on 29th August 2019.
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Comment by Aeolien 28th August 2019

J has a tiny gap in the top due to a brick that isnt fully nudged I guess. Other than that I think you cafter a very cute looking and creative font here. Pretty unusual forms and a typical dose of funky Aonlien style.

I like it :)

Comment by Sed4tives 28th August 2019

@ Sed: thanks for spotting that! I've corrected it. Strange about that brick, it has no gap on the dutch digraph nor all other clones. And thanks for the appreciation (I can't abstract any specific style when looking at my simple text fonts. But: you're not the first person to observe a "personal style")

Comment by Aeolien 28th August 2019
Comment by Aeolien 28th August 2019

The first sampler shows Ingerol-2 with wider lines left & right whenever that makes sense; the second uses Ingerol-1,  it has the left lines wider than the others where the glyph shape allows.

Comment by Aeolien 28th August 2019

I think the K &k are a bit weird. Is it intended? like, the thinner tiny stem section on k and the angle of the stem on K

Comment by JingYo 29th August 2019

@jingYo: when the arm of the k had the same line thickness it looked like a wooden plank, so I gave it a 'beak' like on the verticals to taper the line. Looking at the K in 81 different words I decided to straighten the angle, at the arm-leg juncture. Thank you for your valued observations :)

Comment by Aeolien 29th August 2019

Ich finde es schön, dass du so viel Arbeit da reingesteckt hast :)

Comment by Maxi . (q_Maxi_p) 30th August 2019

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