by Frodo7
Cloned from Legolas Stencil by Frodo7.

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This is a Fontstruct adaptation of an earlier work. The main point was to construct a font using exclusively one shape: the triangle. It was like creating a pixel font for a screen with triangular pixels. Of course, the original has equilateral triangles, and looks slightly different. It is also in the same vein as Legolas Codex.
Info Created on 17th May 2009 . Last edited on 11th February 2012.
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Interesting experiment.

I think increasing the space between the letters will help to make it more readable.
Comment by gferreira_admin 13th July 2009
@gferreira: It's done. Looks better, indeed.
Comment by Frodo7 13th July 2009
The underlying grid reminds me a bit of Frank Blokland's letter model (also here).
Comment by gferreira_admin 15th July 2009
why is not it a top pick?
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 14th June 2011
Can you make a solid version of it?
Comment by Noah (winty5) 30th November 2012
I really like this sort of modular construction! And I like the earlier Legolas Stencil, as well. Have you thought of expanding that one? (Fun fact: I first heard the name "Nimrodel" in a song by Camel... only later, when I'd read the LotR books, did I realize what the song was about.)
Comment by SquarePeg 30th November 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Nimrodel” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th November 2012