I'm an artist, formerly known as Sarreyn—the avatar should help with that. I've been a member of this site since early 2009, by the way. I changed my name to reflect it in any new fonts that I decide to create here. I do all types of art, from sculpting to painting to illustration to building my own models, which, of course, depends on what mood I'm in. I'm a science fiction writer with works in progress/revamping, a musician and composer—my music project is Ib: www.ibmusic1.bandcamp.com—a lover of tea, coffee, cats, legumes (peanut butter and hummus in particular), quantum physics, typography, anything paranormal, holistics, tantra, and spiritual alchemy.
I've added the capital and lowercase counterparts for Latin-B, and fixed a few other characters. Feel free to copy them, or whatever. :) What I've altered: J, Q, j, Æ, ß, ð, the ogoneks, Þ, þ, and most of Latin-B.
Published: 17th May, 2018
Last edited: 18th May, 2018
Created: 2nd May, 2018
Avenura was the influence for this font. I've added some samples. I've redrawn the characters, by the way. I'm still uncertain as to how I want the S's, which are a bit tricky given the width and design; i.e., I'm uncertain if I want them angular or as they are now? The same goes for a and the commas and quotation marks. I tend to prefer the simplified design I have now, but suggestions are welcome. :)
Deḥuti /de.'hju:.ti:/, formerly Tehuti, took me just over a year to complete. It is my first text font; it is also not a fontstruction. A lot of that time went into deciding its overall look. Eventually, it decided that it wanted to be modern, i.e., experimental, and so it is. The design is heavily influenced by Dwiggins' Electra, with touches from Palatino, Fairfield, and Goudy Old Style. A lot of the characters are of atypical design—this was done to harmonize them with the rest of the Latin alphabet, and to not have to have them kerned, such as the African hook letters. It was also due to the nature of the designs being odd in general. The glottal stops are one such design that lacks harmony, for example. Also, there are quite a few Unicode characters that have improper glyph references/names.
Dehuti, which is available on Font Squirrel, Font Library, or Smart Fonts, includes a book, italic, bold, and a bold-italic version. The Alt (alternate) versions simply differ in the vertical spacing,, i.e., they are closer set. Enjoy. :)
The other fonts, indicated by pairs of glyphs above, are fontstructions that I created years ago. They are: Osiri (originally Azurite), Daaghu, Quartzite, Sunstone, and Drakwulf, which I made into a font for a friend.
This is my attempt at doing a cased version of Iirden Las, the Galactic alphabet. Though the original version came to us from the numerous crashed spacecraft and was only capitals, I remember this alphabet being cased, especially when in text. The version available on Font Library is different than this one—I've updated some letters and the punctuation. —See below.
Hjet /hyet/. Thanks go to Noah for creating an excellent base font to start with. :) I've updated this font. It is now called Hjet (formerly 3Natura), which you can get on Font Library. I've altered the punctuation, the superiors, put all extra characters in their unicode code points, and added a lot more. The punctuation has been redesigned to flow better with the drastic contrast of this design—most of the new designs are not possible with fontstruct. Enjoy. :)
Khnum /ħe.'nu:m/. I've updated this font, and given it an italic version, which is available on Font Library. There are three versions: Regular, B Regular, and MS Regular. B is for Bulgarian. MS is for Macedonian and Serbian. The inspiration for Khnum came from Media SA, which was my first large-scale font created many years ago. However, I wanted this font to be a non-modular font, so I re-created it on a small-scale.
This font, which used to be called Malachite, took me just over a year to complete. The overall design took the longest, and the remainder of the time was spent deciding on how to do the punctuation and the diacritics, some of which weren't forthcoming until recently. It is also older than listed, as this is a cloned version of the original that is no longer on here. I created it in late 2009, or early 2010—I can't remember; and, Minimum was the inspiration for it's creation. :)
You can get Ptah on Font Library. —See link below.