Obliqua

Cesar Puertas's picture

Hello everyone,

The purpose in Obliqua is to combine certain features proper of hand-writing with the proportions of humanistic typefaces in order to achieve both legibility and personality for setting running text and titles.

I'd like to know what you think of this new typeface I'm developing (see attachments). All of your comments are welcome and very important to me.

Greetings,

César Puertas
http://www.cesarpuertas.com/obliqua

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puertas_sans_lowercase_regular.gif48.96 KB
prueba 1.jpg213.12 KB
prueba 2.jpg296.68 KB
prueba 3.jpg293.78 KB
prueba5.gif17.12 KB
prueba4.gif14.04 KB
prueba6.gif18.16 KB
prueba7.gif13.21 KB
prueba 8.pdf12.66 KB
prueba 8 - regular.pdf16.13 KB
prueba 9.pdf43.33 KB
prueba 10.pdf16.04 KB
muestra.pdf16.07 KB
ebensorkin's picture

That makes sense.

guifa's picture

No, I was talking about the squiggly one over the n :)

It shows up in the test #10.

I have been meaning to do a write up on tilde design, since I've never seen such an article, they all say "look at the other fonts for guidance" which isn't always the best advice.

«El futuro es una línea tan fina que apenas nos damos cuenta de pintarla nosotros mismos». (La Luz Oscura, por Javier Guerrero)

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