I designed this font based on the word 'Thunderous'. My thinking in how the word relates is due to the Norse God Thor. I then started to look in to old Norse culture, this got me interested in runes. So with deeper research in to the Futharks spawned this type.
Cloned from Vertalics originally, but not one single block remains.
This is a free font version from my commercial font family, Lephnia, which includes Lephnia Drop Caps.
Outlined novelty sans font in a black weight with a repeating pattern, or texture, which is a mesh grid. This font demands to be seen in large (poster/billboard/titling/header/headline) sizes.
This font is Copyright 2018 & 2019 Doug Peters ( https://www.Doug-Peters.com/ or https://Dougs.Work/ ) and released as demo freeware under the SIL Open Font License. You are entitled to use this font however you want. Credit for my original work IS greatly appreciated. There is a version with lowercase and more glyphs I'll offer to donators.
Black, All Caps, Textured, Patterned, Novelty, Poster, Titling, Header, Headline
Type: Sans Serif
Web font: Yes
Commercial use: Any use, yes!
Derivatives: OK (please use a different reserved font family name).
Redistribution: Encouraged (this demo font, only).
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72+ initial downloads done during testing and troubleshooting. More characters to come. Enjoy, and please vote kindly. : )This is a clone
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