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Ganix Apec Free Font by KeepWaiting Ganix Apec Free Font by KeepWaiting
This is a beta demo of one of the fonts I'm working on (on the side). Was going for something more logo-ish-organic but came out sort of techno/electronic instead.

So far it has uppercase, lowercase and minimal punctuation.

Feedback appreciate.

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carlatkd15 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013
nice font :) thanks for sharing

polypusviridis Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
exelente =)
edalvarte Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2012
Muy bueno
MartinSilvertant Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012  Professional General Artist
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.
MaJoOoDy4ever Featured By Owner May 7, 2011
so cute & nice ..
i think it is suitable for magazine and brochure ,,

is it allowed to use in commericial design ?
indepthsofsilence Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
kewl. :)
Jack-Slim Featured By Owner May 24, 2010
Like the style! fav)
Sasha-Melrai Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2009  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for the font. I also found it on someone else's DA [link]
yumm-lazeza Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
i lovvve it
wikinerd Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
A thousand words are worth a picture. A picture of a word, however...
KeepWaiting Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009
A picture of a word, is worth only what it says I guess :P
wikinerd Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2009

Awesome font btw. Tell me if you make any more light sans serif fonts.. I'd be sure to download them.
sundori Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Love it!! stylish clean, modern, and consistent!! great font
KeepWaiting Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009
Thanks was there a link to this font somewhere on DA or something, I got a few comments about it around the same time you did. :)
Everytime-I-Die Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
Very cool. I just don't like the D and B roundet Corners at top left... but tats a thing of taste...
KeepWaiting Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
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 :P But I agree with you, it's not the usual and that's probably why alot of people don't care for it.
GhostedArt Featured By Owner May 22, 2009
Unlike any font I have seen before. Would be perfect in any minimalistic tech design. Great work, a download and favorite from me.
rook-art Featured By Owner May 22, 2009
Very nice font. Its clean, professional and there are many considerations made in terms of consistency between each letter.
KeepWaiting Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
Sorry for the late reply, thank you for your comment. :) This was like the first "professional" styled font I did I think so it's nice to know It came out decent.
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