Published: 18th March, 2015
Last edited: 17th May, 2013
Created: 17th May, 2013
Baybáyin Script is a native writing system from the Philippines.
A dotted, compact, small sized baybayin font. Machine punch-card style.
Published: 20th January, 2014
Last edited: 2nd July, 2014
Created: 18th January, 2014
These runes are my own personal creation, derived from the Elder Scroll's draconic runes, as well as my own Dagorch Runes and Landrith Script, and the writing method was inspired by modern-day Korean.
Accented letters (press Shift with the corresponding letter to use): A (Â), C (Ch), D (Dh), E (Ê), I (Î), K (Kh), N (Ng), O (Ô), R (Rh), S (Sh), T (Th), U (Û), Y (Ŷ), and Z (Zh). All other letters are lowercase.
Published: 24th December, 2013
Last edited: 24th December, 2013
Created: 24th December, 2013
The Yiistrohl adaptation of the Vahlduire alphabet, based on the symbols recorded and analyzed in Valduiri ruins on the Eastern jungle continent of Atiila.
The alphabet is very different from english. Because of this, some symbols are paired with keys that have little similarity to the actual symbol. The following is a key to the symbols:
English - Vahlduir
Published: 30th April, 2013
Last edited: 4th May, 2013
Created: 27th April, 2013
The basic Sandor font inspired the Greek (not Coptic!) set, the two can be used together as I have changed nothing. If I have not added all Greek keyboard punctuation please let me know.
Published: 6th July, 2012
Last edited: 6th July, 2012
Created: 6th July, 2012
It's the beta version of my font Abigail Dip, created with FontStruct by me! This is my first creation, so I hope someday I can improve myself in typography!This is a clone
Published: 19th June, 2011
Last edited: 19th June, 2011
Created: 19th June, 2011
Modified from the "Old Cornian" script used in the notorious hack Pokémon Quartz, and adapted to Esperanto orthography (for my own purposes).
I dunno, you might find some use for it. I think it looks pretty anyway.
Published: 1st May, 2011
Last edited: 1st May, 2011
Created: 1st May, 2011
It may look like I just messed up the letters a bit, but actually each glyph is a glyph in a Non-Latin alphabet.
Not exactly meant to be legible.
Published: 6th September, 2009
Last edited: 7th September, 2009
Created: 19th August, 2009
Ahh.. a brand-new language created by moi. Thank you, thal, for letting me have some fun with your beautiful font.This is a clone
Published: 24th July, 2009
Last edited: 29th July, 2009
Created: 24th July, 2009
This is the Cyrillic Alphabet, modified so that you can type on a Latin keyboard. The letters were chosen to represent the sound in English they best represent. Some sounds in English do not appear in Cyrillic, and vice versa.
Published: 25th April, 2009
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 19th February, 2009
this font was/is supposed to be my study project, which's also the reason for his name.
My absolute first attempt on constructing the complete extended latin set!!!
with "newton" i'm trying to get closer to foreign symbols and specialties. What lies closer to do this with my most legible typeface so far...
if you're interested, stay tuned :)
Published: 13th September, 2008
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 8th September, 2008
I thought this resembled Javanese shadow puppets, hence the name. A word about my fonts; I'm not necessarily attempting to create completely usable sets of glyphs at this point. I'm more interested in exploring ways to use the bricks. That said, I welcome all suggestions and constructive criticism. Bring it on! : )
Published: 12th August, 2008
Last edited: 22nd August, 2008
Created: 12th August, 2008
This font uses the runic alphabet of the Anglo-Saxons. Some special characters have been used, and punctuation, symbols, and numbers are in modern English.
Published: 21st July, 2017
Last edited: 22nd August, 2009
Created: 4th June, 2009
Another shot at a russian style font. Not very precious I admit, but as I'm probably not gonna be making any real progress on this one soon, I'm releasing it anyway...
That certain randomness/inconsistency/misproportion is intended, but I see that it's not very balanced out yet. Furthermore, this has somehow come to be a monospace (and monoheight) font. Maybe that's why I'm not really happy with it; some characters just can't be made stylish within the self-imposed monospace corsett... So why impose it, you ask? Well, no idea...;)
Published: 21st July, 2017
Last edited: 3rd March, 2010
Created: 2nd March, 2010
A font derived from the script of the Indus Valley Civilization, seen here: http://www.crystalinks.com/induscript.jpg