Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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This week's font is a tribute to the ubiquitous Copperplate Gothic. I didn't look at the original too much after making sure my C was appropriately horseshoe-shaped, and that my G was spiny in enough places. I'm happy to find that what I thought was an absurdly over-seriffed N in mine is actually comparable to the original. The real Q is kind of weird to my eye. I'm on the fence as to whether I like my two-overlapping-V version of the W better or not.
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