I think this has potential but you need to make it more consistent. I very much like the severe slope in letters like 'b' and 'd' and I would use that throughout the typeface.
- 'a' could do with a spur. - 'd' should not be a mirrored 'b'. In the 'b' the bowl goes inwards more at the top while in the 'd' the bowl slopes inwards more at the bottom. - 'e' is too geometric. Rather give it a slope like in a/b/c/d. - 'f' is also too geometric. Avoid those straight horizontal lines in the terminals. - 'g' could be a bit more condensed. - 'h' and 'n' are too wide. You need to make sure that the negative space in each letter is roughly the same. Right now there's more negative space in h/n/ than in letters like b/p. - 'r' is too wide. The 'r' is actually quite a problematic character as the strokes aren't well distributed. 'L' has the same issue. - u/v are too wide. - 'w' is the right width but perhaps you should add a bit of a corner in the curves at the bottom. Either that or make the 'v' a bit more rounded. - 'y' is too wide, its descender is too long and again I think you should avoid using a straight line.
- I quite like the slope in 'B' just as in some of the lowercase letters, but most of your other capitals are just too geometric. I would revise some capital letters like A, O, G and S to give it the same slope. - 'E' is too wide. - The horizontal bar in 'G' is too long and too high, and perhaps a spur would look good. - The serif in 'J' is too long. I would reduce it by half.
Yeah, well if you notice the lowercase b and d also have that sort of top curve I was just trying to match the font so it had that sort of bent feel to it. It's odd because when I make these fonts I always think I'm going to use them but I hardly ever use my own fonts But I agree with you, it's not the usual and that's probably why alot of people don't care for it.