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Apogee Rounded Sans Beta by Mef Apogee Rounded Sans Beta by Mef
Ok, so, for those who haven't seen my last deviation :

This is Apogée Rounded Sans, my first try ever at designing a font, hence the "funny" name.

Here you are viewing a little sheet, but you can download the beta version of the font (OpenType .otf).

Some glyphs are missing (but not really important ones), some don't work (but not really important ones...), some are just looking like a bad joke (numbers '2' and '3' :giggle:).

Metrics informations have not been done yet (but look at least OK). So be carefull to manually kern.

03/31/2010 edit : you can use this font freely.
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conzitool Sep 27, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
really nice font!
How would I download this?
MartinSilvertant May 10, 2012  Professional General Artist
Did you change the lowercase k? It stands out way too much. Perhaps a k with a greater focus on the vertical lines would be more fitting; something more like the capital R. The same counts for the capital K. M and W seem too wide although that might be a matter of taste.

As for the numbers, 2 and 3 indeed look a bit awkward. 5 should have a longer top horizontal I think and 9 and 6 are falling to the right.

The terminal of the lowercase r should be a bit higher I think and the tittles of i and j should be a bit bigger. I'm not very fond of the bend in b and d; at small sizes it actually disturbs the reading experience a bit for me. I think a bend like that could work if you use it like serifs but you will be creating an entirely different font then.

I think if you fix the issues I mentioned you have a very solid typeface. The bend in b and d aside, I like how the text looks at small sizes. It's minimalist without being geometric or overly "modern" (futuristic[?]). At small sizes particularly you see that the tittles of i and j and actually the dot as well are just too small; at this size they almost disappear. The comma is well pronounced but the dot almost blends with the background.
MartinSilvertant Jan 15, 2012  Professional General Artist
Very nice work. I like the friendly appearance created by letters like R, W, A and Y. Very quirky font.
Muchas gracias por el aporte.. Saludos
Thank you for the wonderful font! I used it in my Flash game "Whoosh" - [link]
Mef May 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
ahhhhh :love:
Awesome game !
Hankyoo Dec 29, 2010  Professional Photographer
Perfect minimal font ! Great !
Thanks for such a lovely font
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