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Cappuccino Serif Font 0.563 by keisans-bold Cappuccino Serif Font 0.563 by keisans-bold
Cappuccino Serif 0.563

There are way too many things to talk about in this box, so I will try to limit it to relevant-ish things.

You are free to use this typeface for non-commercial purposes. I suppose you can modify if you'd like, but if you do I'd really appreciate you asking permission before you publish it, etc.

Why beta?
Well, this one is actually pretty well kerned, though it's a bit tight for small point sizes. It is missing a few things though:
^{}*%#~ and all the assorted other accents. Also non typographer's quotes. I'm working on them, I swear, but I can never get them to look good. Also missing: italic and bold fonts. They are being sketched, but I'm somewhat sick of this typeface at this point and don't feel like staring at all my mistakes. Also there are mistakes. Not real mistakes, but like I'm really a crazy person who really wants something to look a certain way, but it's slightly off but not off enough to actually merit messing everything up; so I deal with it.

Opentype PS (Type 1)
Both Mac and PC compatible.

Expected update:
I'm going to fill in some of the gaps (most notably I want to take care of accents). I'm sick of working on it at the moment, but I'm going to say I'll update around the 14th or so for those who need the extra characters and junk.

**Edit 1/4/2011
Realized I really had no reason to zip the thing, so now it's just the otf download. Nothing major.

**Edit 1/24/2011
Major revision time. A whole bunch of characters got edited, kerning changed, things added, and more. First, totally reworked a couple characters I didn't like, and a whole bunch of minor changes to others. Second, I added some basic accents (acute and grave) and a sweet Th ligature. Third, some kerning edits to make it have better flow. The big thing here is that I think this represents the end of the major revisions to the letter-forms, now onto bigger and better things.

A big thank you to all of those who have stopped by, and definitely to those who gave a :+fav: :hug:. Your support has made a big difference and is what drives me to keep at this.
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KnightRider71 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice, I love the style. Any plans to release this for commercial use?
LadyKirha Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013  Professional Artist

Perfect for my cover demos.


noxpennatus Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you! I'll definitely link you and let you know if I use this lovely font.
Lallacool Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Thanks, lovely font
kahnfetti Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Really lovely font! Thanks so much for sharing!!
chilled0717 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Beautiful! Thank you!
fleurmignon Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013
Hi! cool font thanks for sharing mate!
riverfox1 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for sharing! :hug:
tsukot Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012
Very good job!
brianskywalker Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi! This looks promising. :) I can definitely see some art deco in there!

A few tips:

* Try to even out the contrast on the different letters. Particularly the 'a' looks almost monoline, and feels like a sans font because of that. But just overall make most of your thins thinner.
* The descenders are a tad long in comparison to ascenders.
* On letters like 'i' and 'j', the dot appears to be floating off.
* Again, the 'a' looks a bit like a sans 'a'. Try use the same type of terminal as in the 'r' for the upper terminal.

Anyway, keep it up! Your Kei Serif is also pretty good. :)
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