A fixed-width pixel-optimised font for programming and writing. Inspired by fs songarak.
What if GS Unicode wasn't just made of pixels? What if it had a better, more appealing width/height ratio? What if it utilized the new FS inventory? And what if I wasn't way too ambitious/crazy in making this? No idea, but I'm eager to find out!
I've split this font series up by plane (though as of yet only the fonts for Plane 0 and F exist), since .ttf files have a technical limit of 65,535 glyphs.
Things that are planned but not implemented yet are listed as [TBA] (to be added).
This font (Plane 0) should also serve as the hub for most major updates (like those relating to the series as a whole).
Links to planes:
Plane 0: [THIS FONT]
Plane 1: [TBA]
Plane 2: [TBA]
Plane 3: [TBA]
Plane E: [TBA]
Plane F: here
Plane 10: [TBA]
E000~E07F - Tengwar
E080~E0FF - Cirth
E100~E62F - <unassigned>
E630~E64F - Seussian Latin Extensions
E650~E88F - <unassigned>
E890~E8DF - Aurebesh
E8E0~EB9F - <unassigned>
EBA0~EBDF - Cistercian Numerals
EBE0~EFFF - <unassigned>
F000~F2FF - Latin Orthographic Extensions
F300~F7BF - <unassigned>
F7C0~F7FF - Kana Orthographic Extensions [TBA]
F800~F8CF - <unassigned>
F8D0~F8FF - Klingon
Additional PUA assignments in supplemental planes, which will be put in their respective fonts:
F0000~F1FAF - <unassigned>
F1FB0~F1FFF - Muric [TBA]
F2000~F235F - canIPA [TBA]
F2360~10FFFF - <unassigned>
Blocks listed [TBA] are subject to change in length and location, while those that aren't are (theoretically) stabilized à la UTC policies.
Feel free to recommend PUA assignments!
Also, it's more than likely I won't know every script well enough that there won't be any mistakes. If/when I make a mistake, please tell me and I'll do my best to fix it!
If a tehta intersects with the telco of a tengwa, hold Shift to place it above.
Some tengwar have capitalized variants - T, S, and K. These represent th, sh, and gh, respectively.
Long vowels are written with both upper and lower tehtar; broom would be typed brUum. If this is not possible, the long vowel marker (typed with a capital J) is used; "thee" would be typed tIiH or tIJ.
Vowels at the end of a word are written below a vowel marker, typed with a capital H.
Three abbreviations are present: @, &, and _, representing ash (a/one), agh (and), and ishi (in/inside), respectively. More may be added.
My interpretation of a variation of the Tengwar optimized for Blackspeech and rendered in a unique style commissioned by the Dark Lord Himself.
Something to note: The symbol for th is represented by what should be the symbol for f, and the symbol for s is represented by what should be the symbol for th. This was to keep a consistent one base wide width for all of the characters. As well, nonstandard forms of h, s, z, l, and r were chosen specifically to keep the consistency between letters to an absolute maximum.
This is a font for Tengwar script, invented by J.R.R. Tolkien. Tengwar is used to write languages such as Quenya, Sindarin, created by the same author. It is also adaptated to write a number of spoken languages including English, Esperanto, French, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Italian, Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, Welsh and Lojban.