Some letters are oddly kerned, but that is due to FontStruct's +/- 10 unit limit on kerning.
The script of the gods. Produced for the project Sephira Tale: Reclaiming the Light. Inspired by Anglo-Saxon Runes and the Ethiopian Ge'ez script.
Here are some notes on the orthography:
'C' is mapped to the /x/ or /ç/ sound, the voiceless velar fricative.
'Q' is mapped to /tʃ/, the voiceless postalveolar affricate.
'X' is mapped to /ʃ/, the voiceless postalveolar fricative.
The voiceless dental fricative /θ/, as in 'thorn' is mapped to the letter that appears when you enter 'þ'.
The voiced dental fricative /ð/, as in 'the' is mapped to the letter that appears when you type 'ð'.
Optionally the 'D' or 'Z' can also be mapped to this sound in some contexts.
The cluster 'tion' that appears at the end of words can be rewritten as 'xun'.
When writing for the 'qu' cluster, use 'kw', 'ku' or 'kv' instead.
Sometimes you just need those cuuuurves. I will come back to this in the future and expand it to include more characters.
Code Ancient Language for DnD Puzzles, The key is to imagine to put every letter of the alphabet in a tic tac toe grid and pick the shape of the box that contains the letter. For letters from J to R just use the same grid and put a dot in the middle of the boxes. For letters from S to V use a cross and put letters in the 4 corners and pick again just the part of the shape where the letter is. For the last 4 letters do the same thing and put again a dot in the middle of the shapes.
Made up written language that has upper and lower case letters, numbers 0-9 and basic punctuation. Perfect for fantasy or science fiction.This is a clone
This is the alphabet for a worldbuilding project I'm working on. It needs the reference decoder (which has not been published anywhere) to be used properly/read. It is also unfinished, and I would like to improve some of the punctuation marks as I feel they don't match the rest of the letters (especially the quotation marks). Please give me feedback on this!
Fantasy font in japanese, with some English letters.
Katakana, Hiragana and Basic Latin are supported (not all characters)
This font consists of three basic shapes: square, quarter circle and triangle. When I first tried to make this font, I was deeply attracted by the shape of the letter O. I found the counter to be a fascinating shape which led me to create the whole alphabet.
When I designed the letter A, I realised that it looked like a circus tent. But after more and more letters were designed, especially the letter G, I gradually found that the font was beginning to look like a toy made from interlocking triangles – a popular toy in Chinese middle schools. It can be bent into many different shapes.
Letters and numbers are finished as well as the spacing, I'm currently working to complete the punctuation
The full set of Tengwar, created by J.R.R. Tolkien, also including a select set of punctuation marks and numerals 0 to 9. Note that many symbols do not corespond with their latin equivalent on the keyboard. Also note that, in order to write vowles separately, one has to use vowle carriers.
a/A = Tehtar A top/bottom
c/C = Calma/Anga
e/E = Tehtar E top/bottom
f/F = Formen/Ampa
h/H = Hyarnen/Hwesta sindarinwa
i/I = Tehtar I top/bottom
j/J = Yanta/Ure
k/K = Quesse/Ungwe
l/L = Lambe/Alda
m/M = Malta/Ngwalme
n/N = Numen/Ngoldo
o/O = Tehtar O top/bottom
p/P = Parma/Umbar
q/Q = Silme nuquerna/Aze nuquerna
r/R = Romen/Arda
s/S = Silme/Aze
t/T = Tinco/Ando
u/U = Tehtar U top/bottom
v/V = Osse/Halla
w/W = Vala/Vilya
x/X = Hwesta/Unque
y/Y = Anna/Ore
z/Z = Harma/Anca
-/_ = Telco/Ara
One of those futuristic fonts with horizontally stretched lettering and no serifs.
RuneBlade is a font made for storytellers and adventurers to weave their tales in its sharp, runic scrawl. Inspired by Dungeons&Dragons, it's ready to find its way into fantasy adventurers and historic tales of.... well, whatever the campaign turns out to be.