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I know something similar has been done before; I just created a different interpretation.
Info: Created on 13th October 2010 . Last edited on 14th October 2010.
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Nice interpretation. Is the y suppose to have a square edge peaking out. Also do you think the z would look better if the the top right, and bottom left quarter circles were flipped vertically?
Comment by djnippa 13th October 2010
Good job. A difficult task is to sort these glyphs, but that is where the magic starts at FS. As your "a" and your "e" appear the same, you could rotate the top of the "a" to make it different, I've tried in the sample that I add, I hope you find useful this idea. Still in the font, please, it's a very attractive font.
Comment by elmoyenique 14th October 2010
...And being the "z" as suggested djnippa, of course.
Comment by elmoyenique 14th October 2010
@dj, elmo: Ahah! Thanks for pointing out some small errors. a and z have been changed, and the bottom-right corner of g and y don't peek (peak?) out any more.
Comment by 3moDuDe 14th October 2010

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