Draft for majuscule G FN QUORUM
Appearing slightly grotesque, cut out of the Versal-O, but stil with humanistic taper within the arm finial – let’s call it humanistic grotesque G. The letter G has the same wide aperture as C and S, that particularly defines the elegance of a font. In addition the finials are a significant distinguishing characteristic, formed almost identically until now.
Draft for majuscule F FN QUORUM
Certainly the letters E and F are closely related, simply through the common stem and the upper, slightly angled finials. The middle arm is located a bit lower to compensate the bottom white space. The width remains identically and is oriented towards a mix of humanistic and grotesque proportion system.
Draft for majuscule E FN QUORUM
Straight forms convey reliability, the letter E has an excellent traction. The upper finial is designed slightly angled, finial of the middle arm may also be angled – the Versal-F will use the same finial design. The lower finial stays classical without scrolls or angles.
Draft for majuscule D FN QUORUM
Capital letter D is arising from the synthesis of the capital letters E whereas the hook strongly equals O, although differing in nuances. Compared to O the letter D is designed narrower and doesn’t tower over baseline or maximal majuscule. The counter may be designed asymetrical resp. drop-shaped to create dynamic forms.
Draft for majuscule C FN QUORUM
For C the basic form is the letter O. By »slicing« the aperture size and also width are set. Through a larger resp. wider aperture the legibility is affected positively. Aperture and finails of C,S and G ought to be designed in a similar way. Finails may show calligraphic characteristics. Based on the humanistic system the letter C is usually considerably narrower than the letter O.