by zephram

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Version 1.5


A font made in the proto-calligraphic style I invented and used when I was a teenager. I haven't owned a nibbed pen since those days, so this font is as far as the style was ever allowed to evolve. It's somewhat lacking the handwritten character my writing had, but this regularity is the result I was trying to achieve. I had no particular use in mind for the style other than titling documents. For that reason I consider this to be a Headliner

"I" is kerned to itself so that it can be used to make nicer-looking Roman numerals.


See also: Basalt Pixel

Info: Created on 29th August 2018 . Last edited on 17th December 2018.
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I like it!

Comment by Wataru Aiso 30th August 2018

Thank you :D

Comment by zephram 30th August 2018
Comment by zephram 30th August 2018

the V looks weird

Comment by JingYo 30th August 2018

I found more old writings of mine, and was able to extrapolate a lowercase set from them. I'm not able to get a decent scan because the water-based ink is very faded. Couple this with the fact that I was most fond of the green ink (a relatively light one) and it's a wonder I was able to update this design at all.

Comment by zephram 8th October 2018
Comment by zephram 14th October 2018

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