Feynman Condensed

matthew_dob's picture

A new screen font
What do You think?
Matthew
a variant of feynman

Miguel Hernandez's picture

I think that you have problems with the "v" and the "x" works weird, and the "M" is different than the rest(try rotating the "W" on 180 grades).


Miguel Hernandez.

matthew_dob's picture

hmmm.. the M didn't work as upside down W...
Made it a bit less uppy, but still. Highly technical wording.
changed lc 'v'. It does work better.
Emboldened font, as a kind of pretty lettering style. Not intended to be used as the bold variant. What do you think?
try again
Matthew

matthew_dob's picture

Shameless plug now - the thing that these fonts were for can be seen at http://www.become.co.uk/ness

Its a quite sophisticated chat program. I have used all the different versions of my font feynman on the page.
Matthew Brown

Miguel Hernandez's picture

It doesnt work cause you must fix a couple of dots, and the bold "A" and the "M" are too wired and diferent than the rest. I think that my favorite on is the lc "x", is pretty cool and the UC "Q".
What you think about my font Fundamental?,
> please feedback :)

Miguel

matthew_dob's picture

Its nice - what is with the second "L"?
Extremely stylish

Matthew

hrant's picture

The double-el is actually a part of the Spanish alphabet. The only other letter to double in Spanish is the "r" - but that doesn't get its own slot for some reason - maybe because the double-el is (or at least can be) pronounced quite differently that just two els. The third very common letter-pair in Spanish is the "ch" (which normally gets its own slot in most dictionaries and such, I believe), and that also has its own sound, but maybe doesn't get an alphabetic slot because it's made up of two different letters? Language is like women.

hhp

matthew_dob's picture

I am thinking of making this specially hinted truetype font freeware, but with a sort of free license so I could see who was using my font. Is this practical? I have already started using the font on my webpage and in my flash applications, but I would like to see it used more. However, I would not like to see it go the way of some of my flash games which have (for want of a better word) been stolen and used on other sites without my permission (I have learnt to safe-guard my flash work, but fonts are not so easy).
Comments welcome.
Matthew Brown

hrant's picture

Keeping track of licenses does not prevent -or even reduce- piracy.

What you might consider is handing out a bonus (like maybe a higher-end version of the font) for people who register. But of course that version will become pirated too - just less.

hhp

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