cursive workshop

by simmy8

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cloned from Christian Munk (Spitzchtruct)

this is a cursive "workshop" to be improved upon

it seems to me that there is not really much of a choice on fontstruct for cursive letters, most are connecting at the bottom which does not look natural in my opinion.

i thought i'd give it a try despite my being a beginner at this

Christian Munk had the right idea to make the connectors from the bottom on the right side of each letter and up to the middle of the left side of each letter above the baseline. it looks more natural that way.

however, some of the original creator's letters did not make sense to me, maybe it is a different language or a constructed language?

i liked some of the basic composited bits and pieces made by the originator

I moved most of Christian Munk's original created letters over to the empty punctuation spaces. the originals that i thought were okay i moved to the empty capital spaces. (there are no capitals in the original script). i'm not sure why some of the letters are strange looking, such as the letter D which looked like a capital V so i put it there instead.

then i recreated most of the lowercase letters using their bits and pieces

i think the only letters i kept the same were b, l, i, j & z

i may finish it later, the capitals need to be finished

but i thought i'd share what i got done ... it might be useful for ideas for an improved cursive script


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