fs f-assyrian

by opipik

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Inspired by Gilgamesh and Tehuti
Info: Created on 18th April 2014 . Last edited on 22nd February 2017.
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Beautiful a.
Comment by thalamic 20th April 2014
There seems to be a trend for 'dirty' curves (see my comments on thalamic's latest). However, it looks really good in smaller sizes.
Comment by p2pnut 21st April 2014
I love this. :)
Comment by TCWhite 18th August 2014
PS: Speaking of Tehuti … it's been getting a facelift. I've added a lot more characters to it.

I love your B, J, K, R, S, and most of the lowercase.
Comment by TCWhite 18th August 2014
The J's beak—it's my pet peeve. It doesn't do anything except annoy some people. Just my opinion though. Great font though!
Comment by j4s13 18th August 2014
I agree about the beak. I definitely prefer your alternate J. I have this thing with Js as well: since the character was originally a vowel, and still is throughout most European languages, I think many people forget, or don't know, that J is simply an I with a tail added to it. This is why the capital J, when level with the rest of the capitals, bugs me, because it looks off to me that way.
Comment by TCWhite 19th August 2014
Yes, I agree. The main J is for display purposes mainly.
The alternate J is for other than display purposes mainly and for all caps.
Comment by opipik 19th August 2014

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