so the alternate glyphs made me think of a sans serif cousin. I put a bit of time into realizing that and now the idea of a Fitz type system is appealing; of making Fitz into a serif copy face and developing a sans serif headline, display version.The current version of Fitz (serif) has a different uppercase Q and different lower case y. I think these sans serif characters fit the family better.
a few print samples of the typeface I'm working on.
I worked a bit on the kerning today.
this is the final character set. more alternatives not shown.
the font set at 12pt. no punctuation or numerals yet -- but soon.
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