Gilgalad v2

by Frodo7
Cloned from Gilgalad by Frodo7.

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I thought there was more potential in this font. So I streamlined the glyphs a bit to get a consistent look. I've also added a nearly full set of European and a complete set of Russian characters.


Comment by Frodo7 7th july 2009
Good stuff. I really like the E, X, Z, and x. The @ is good too.
Comment by aphoria 8th july 2009
Cool. Didn't Prof T. invent the most beautiful words.
Comment by intaglio 8th july 2009
very nice... i like that "tangram look" of fontstructions that were made only with the basic bricks.
and respect for the cyrillic set!;)
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 8th july 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Gilgalad v2” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 8th july 2009
Looking good. Bonus points for venturing into the cyrillic alphabet! :-)

I miss the ascender on the ф. And maybe the space is a bit too wide?
Comment by gferreira_admin 8th july 2009
Thank you for pinpointing the missing ascender. I merely followed the cursive tradition, which does not have that feature. But you are absolutely right. I also reduced the space.
Comment by Frodo7 8th july 2009
Fantastic! Great to look at and a real 'tour de force'
Comment by p2pnut 12th july 2009

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