Published: 31st July, 2019
Last edited: 31st July, 2019
Created: 6th May, 2018
Here is my rendition of the Gryirhanli Alphabet featured on Omniglot. Since the font software is rather difficult when it comes to irregular or large arcing curves, it can be said with certainty that I used quite a bit of artistic liberty in creating this font. Having worked on this font for 2 years now, I'm very happy to finally release it for all to see. I used Ch in place of C, Sh in place of X, Aa in place of Á, Ee in place of Í, Oo in place of Ú, Ai in place of Ý, and finally Th in place of Þ giving every character an equal opportunity of typability. Although the alphabet chart did not specify punctuation, I based the period off the one used in the text example (and did not include any further punctuation).
Despite using artistic liberty I do however feel this font is still accurate enough in comparison to the original that both are easily mutually intelligible with each other (such as Comic Sans vs Times New Roman for Latin).