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A script based on the Hylian alphabet in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Info: Created on 12th May 2011 . Last edited on 16th May 2011.
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This is my first fontstruction for me to post publicly, so... criticize away, any good advice is greatly accepted. Remember, this is only based on the script used as the Hylian alphabet in Twilight Princess, so it isn't the same.
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 13th May 2011
I'm also currently working on extended versions, particularly extended Latin and Japanese.
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 13th May 2011
I don't know the Hylian alphabet but i very much like your delicate ,very unusual way to treat the latin letters, with this special oriental feel more alien like than really arab or japanese. The only weak part of the set are the numbers 2,3,4,5 which don't fit because they're not legible as normal numbers when all the rest of the set is so deliciously readable as latin characters while maintaining their strange feel.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 14th May 2011
thank you for the compliments. With regards to the numbers, though, they are based on the numbers from the "modern Hylian syllabary" in Wind Waker. There are also a jot of places to find refrences for Hylian, my favorite being (which also includes various other real and fictional alphabets)
Comment by ishallcallhimsquishy 14th May 2011

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