Celtic style

by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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Old celtic style font. Now with some diacritics and variants. Most of the vowels can have an acute over them, and many of the consonants can have dots. The dots make them be pronounced as if they were followed by an H, e.g. Th, Sh. Ë is a variant of R, Ì is a variant of S and Î is a variant of S with a dot above. Ï is the Irish symbol for "agus" or "and".


ooooh yeah!
i love that!
but may i suggest some cahnges on glyphs?i don't feel like cloning it, cause that would disrespect you as the OWNER of the idea. naturally i hate myself for that but if i see such an awesome "start" for a font i just can't break myself!

next post includes suggestions...
Comment by kix 29th september 2008
i cloned, demolished (:)) and deleted again!
everything i got is this screenshot...
do you know the english meaning of "klugscheisser", haha?
Comment by kix 29th september 2008
i just googled... i think it's "smart ass"

Comment by kix 29th september 2008
Thank you for the suggestions. I've done some of them with some modifications. I liked my own f though.
"Klugscheisser"? Is that German?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 29th september 2008
Great work.
Comment by intaglio 30th september 2008
german :) totally
Comment by kix 30th september 2008
awsome font :D
Comment by viridiun 16th november 2008


Comment by RobFox 25th august 2020

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