Daser from /n to /u
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Here's an image of the typeface Daser, which I made to accompany my article "How to design a typeface (Part 3)". The name "Daser" comes from dA serif.

Here's a quick way to design transform /n into /u.
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Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)
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In lots of fonts an N is just an upside down U. One of the things made very obvious to anyone like myself who is very in love with the name "JUNE" :-)
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MartinSilvertant|Professional General Artist
In sans serif fonts, yes. Usually some optical adjustments are still made after rotating the letter though. In most cases (or rather, in case of most professional typefaces) the two letters are not exact copies of each other.
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