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Avenura was the influence for this font. I've added some samples. I've redrawn the characters, by the way. I'm still uncertain as to how I want the S's, which are a bit tricky given the width and design; i.e., I'm uncertain if I want them angular or as they are now? The same goes for a and the commas and quotation marks. I tend to prefer the simplified design I have now, but suggestions are welcome. :)

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Yes igree with you

it is interesting to play around with small scale

Comment by JingYo Fri, 18th May

This is what I've been playing around with recently. I liked the idea of trying to do such a small-scale font, and have created some pleasing letters. I'm now working on this with Font Forge and have altered the design a bit from this version. I had been thinking about adding half serifs, which I have—only i, j, v, w, and y have them here. I've also reversed the curves of the letters. The font, apparently, wanted to be a specific way. :)

I've also redrawn the circles for the copywright, recording symbol, information, reserved, et cetera. Something I am unable to do here; that, and altering certain letters and their spacing. I'll post some pictures once I'm finished with it.

—Namaste

Comment by TCWhite Sun, 20th May

Is that an Au ligature I seein the Ă, ă??

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Mon, 21st May

@77: No. I placed extra characters here and there, which I will move to their unicode points. That A belongs to Kaolib, an African language, and is typically designed similar to an @. It's more like and Ao ligature than Au. There is an Au ligature in Latin D, however, as well as Aa, Ao, and Ay—Old Norse. This character is part of the SIL additions in the Private Use Area;, thus, I cannot add them here in their code points. The same goes for the capital forms of hooked Z and D—I placed the capitals here next to the lowercase in the phonetic extensions supplemental block. :)

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