After all, nothing is perfect, and forms is always a matter of taste.
I said this is the first attempt, there is now another version, but I
will wait a little bit and try new forms for the questioned letters.
Regarding the telco, this IS the final version. I have already done a
large number of versions and this is the end of the way (at least for
Elfica). About the unbalance... I really cannot recognize any
unbalance, but I know what you mean, however, it is OK for me.(again:
I´ve made too many versions with different positions of the luva in
order to obtain the present version)
About the top bar of lambe (and perhaps alda too) you are right
again. I will correct these.
Wait for the next version!
Thanks for your opinion
Several versions were done for romen and arda and these are the
widest ones. The reason is that Thetar look better over them.
Nebertheless, I will see what can I do (I have old versions that are
About the Thetar, I will post the Dan Smith test file (Word) with the
Elfica TTF embedded and you can try whatever you want. But I must
correct some things first. I guess next week.
--- In elfscript@y..., Johan Winge <johan.winge@t...> wrote:
> At 19:52 2002-12-03 -0000, Enrique Mombello wrote:
> >About the too wide aspect of vala, etc. (Bars in the second row),
> >are right. I am working on it. I discovered that the visual effect
> >due to the fact that the low bar is too high and as a consequence
> >empty space in the middle becomes too flat. About the serif... is
> >ugly but I admit that it is not really nice either. The first
> >was already done. Find the new vala.jpg in the files section.
> That one looks much better, I think. It makes a much more open
> Regarding the serif, it is also better than before, (allthough not
> in my opinion). Well, perhaps I should design my own font instead
> subjective complaints - it is your font after all. ;-)
> As I said before: Keep up the good work!
> >By the way, my name is Enrique Mombello (pronounced as: enrike
> >mombelo) and I come from Argentina.
> Nice to meet you.
> -- Johan Winge, Sweden