AV04 Stenso

by AV Perth (ConEAP)

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Gothic stencil typeface inspired by 3-Inch Stenso Lettering Guide №93 circa 1948. Uppercase only for now. Basic Cyrillic also included. Free for personal use only. Please contact for commercial. Preview here: http://avperth.carbonmade.com/projects/2152145#2


Good stencil iMHO! my 10 2U!
Comment by elmoyenique 22nd july 2014
@elmoyenique Thanks for the vote!
Comment by AV Perth (ConEAP) 23rd july 2014
Very nice design. I like your Cyrillic. :)
Comment by TCWhite 23rd july 2014
@TCWhite Thank you! Glad you like it.
Comment by AV Perth (ConEAP) 24th july 2014
I especially like the extra dingbats :-) 10/10
Comment by riccard0 24th july 2014
@riccard0 Thanks for the vote! Nice to know those dingbats are appreciated.
Comment by AV Perth (ConEAP) 25th july 2014
Draw all letters in block Latin Extended-A, B, Additional
Comment by anonymous-950281 7th september 2014
I'm only seeing this now (just 1 year late!), and I think it looks great! Nice, solid glyphs, an extensive character set -- diacritics AND Cyrillic... Great job, ConEAP! :-)
Comment by SquarePeg 26th july 2015
@SquarePeg Thanks for your kind comments. Glad you appreciated it.
Comment by AV Perth (ConEAP) 31st july 2015

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