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A sudden stroke of inspiration made me do a pixel script font. Many of the letters connect through the bowl, and where it would be too cluttered, I have lifted the pen slightly, still hinting at a connection. The currency sign (¤) is a heart <3
Info: Created on 20th July 2014 . Last edited on Mon, 29th May.
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A good inspiration :)
Comment by p2pnut 20th July 2014
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 20th July 2014
I haven't even finished the upper case, but I was curious. Could someone from the Netherlands (or a speaker of Dutch) please tell me how my IJ should look. The first line is simply I followed by J, which looks awkward, because they don't connect; the second one is my ligature; and the third is a Y. What is easier to read? What is more elegant? What is more realistic?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 20th July 2014
Excellent pixel script!

In Dutch handwriting Y can represent both Y and IJ. The third line in your sample shows the correct approach. I have never come across the two other ways of doing it.
Comment by four 20th July 2014
Thank you! I will do that then :)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 20th July 2014
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 21st July 2014
The above image is just to showcase some of my favourite characters: The Æ, Œ, ß, and D. Also, I like how the descender and ascender connect in the combination 'yf'.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 21st July 2014
Impressive piece of work! There are a lot of great ideas in this one.
Comment by laynecom 21st July 2014
After the discussion over at "Manuale Neue Bold", I have changed my polish diacritics a little :)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 25th July 2014
I always appreciate a fontstruction that has a character set longer than the sample text. :-) Beautiful piece of work! If I was designing it, I'd make the J in IJ drop below the baseline.
Comment by ETHproductions 1st August 2014

Very nice font!

Comment by herovblin 2nd March 2016