Published: 31st May, 2014
Last edited: 1st June, 2014
Created: 29th May, 2014
Heavily inspired by Dan Smith's Tengwar Noldor. Still in progress, but usable for basic transcription -- follows Dan Smith's keymapping.
Published: 9th January, 2014
Last edited: 9th January, 2014
Created: 9th January, 2014
A pixel font for Tengwar. Follows standard Tengwar keyboard encoding, except that < encodes an exclamation mark and single and double quotes encode y diacritics.
Published: 3rd August, 2013
Last edited: 3rd August, 2013
Created: 2nd August, 2013
I adapted the Khuzdûl alphabet to the Basic Latim keyboard, but because of the different rune (some of the same sound), some could not be placed correctly. so here are the adaptations
c = ch, q = kw, x = ow, A = á (aa),B = mb, C = sh, D = dh, E = é (ee), F = gw, G = gh, H = -h, J = ghw, K = kh, L = (*?), M = nw, O = ó (oo), P = ps, Q = khw, T = th, U = û, W = hw, X = ks, Y = hy, Z = zh, 1 = e, 2 = u, 3 = ö, 4 = ŋ (velar nasal), 5 = ts, 6 = g, 7 = gh, 8 = nd, 9 = ng.
this link should help you http://www.google.com.br/imgres?um=1&sa=N&hl=pt-BR&biw=1440&bih=762&tbm=isch&tbnid=ySQenc2rYXZ6ZM:&imgrefurl=http://lotr.wikia.com/wiki/Khuzdul&docid=f8zx68pZG3deCM&imgurl=http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20070526150260/lotr/images/7/7f/Khuzdul.gif&w=342&h=292&ei=8-77Ufa0FIXK9gTg44GQDQ&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:2,s:0,i:85&iact=rc&page=1&tbnh=180&tbnw=225&start=0&ndsp=25&tx=147&ty=108#imgdii=ySQenc2rYXZ6ZM%3A%3BAB8egcSoRx2cKM%3BySQenc2rYXZ6ZM%3A
Published: 22nd May, 2013
Last edited: 28th May, 2013
Created: 21st May, 2013
Tengwar in quenya style. vowels go above or below consonants. if you have double vowels write it like this example:
their - the/ir
the "/" is a carrier for the second vowel. Still working on how to make the line underneath for double consonants, at this moment it's "\" (it gives a line underneath the consonant that needs to be doubled)
Published: 1st February, 2013
Last edited: 30th January, 2013
Created: 29th January, 2013
A simple Rune font with Straightforward lines and clear symbols making this font easy to use and almost easy to read. Based on Tolkien's Dwarf Runes.
Published: 14th December, 2011
Last edited: 13th December, 2011
Created: 12th December, 2011
Cirith is the Tolkienesque language of the Dwarfs, a runic language designed to be carved in stone. this font is to be used for transliterations and fun, serious fanatics should stick with handwriting - as the dwarfish alphabet has nearly 40 characters and no numbers or punctuation!
People using this should note that spaces are non existent and should be instead replaced by a diamond, but when used on Fontifer and then put into a word document, causes an error that leaves a diamond on the end of every line. To compensate for this, the commercial at '@' symbol shall be removed and replaced with this diamond. I have used all the corresponding runes to the letters, but have had to include punctuation, numbers and symbols of my own accord, so please note these are just for ease of use and are not part of the actual set of runes.