Published: 22nd May, 2014
Last edited: 22nd May, 2014
Created: 13th May, 2014
I will just say these things:
It is based on my print lettering.
I am unable to explain this phenomenon, but it is super shrunken upon download. Just bump the point size up. The most attractive point size I found was around or above 30 pt., but find the size that works best on your screen.It can be used for English and German (I am fluent in both), however, on the German keyboard, the glyph " ´ ", " ° ", and " § " will reset to the next font. Just FYI.
Viel Spass darauf!
Published: 10th May, 2014
Last edited: 10th May, 2014
Created: 26th April, 2014
This is an alien script, which I am quite fond of creating, personally.I wanted something that was easy to type without having complex spelling rules. A-Z, simple. It is not based purposefully on anything, but I think it is beautiful to look at. It works best at 16, 22, and 48 pt. size. The other sizes I tried either bled lines together unattractively, or literally sliced off the tops of letters. The sun shape represents symbols that I didn't create equivalents for. Enjoy!
Published: 16th March, 2014
Last edited: 17th March, 2014
Created: 11th March, 2014
This is not your normal "ABC" font, because you can find a billion of those and I found it exhaustive to explore. This typeface uses musical symbols and calligraphy to represent our commonly used letters, numbers, and punctuation. I am a graduate student in music, and I used several fine scores as inspiration. There are many rules that I was following, which would be redundantly stated here, so I will only surmise that tender care to the pixel was taken on as many occasions as I could to replicate with precision the various glyphs found here. Some words about the download:
When downloaded, the font works best at 38 point. Also, due to my assigning a glyph to the spacebar, there is a vertical line that always follows the cursor (the measure line). At this time I have not tested as to whether this anomoly prints or not. Finally, there were some unicode mistakes that required me to repeat the ", and there is one glyph that may not register on some computers. Otherwise: Enjoy using a more unusual - musical - typface.
P.S. If you do have questions, I will answer them all. I used strict rules for construction, so I can submit information beyond the precision you would possibly require.