Fixed a bug where /ər/ looked the same as /iər/.
Thank you elmo, mgUdit was right. I was too destructive on the "i"
WOW!! THIS IS A TRUE GOOD FONT! ∞/10!!
@meek: Thank you very much for this new special mention, BigChief!
What a pretty sister to my font! Thank you, dear four. And congrats on the well deserved TP. PS: Put an eye on some connectors (c and C...)
...Wait, what game is this related to?
This was my first font in the world
fixed, thanks for telling me!
A lovely and distinct continuation
@Logan2020 It's probably because it contains SMP codepoints (Gothic). Try opening up the file in FontForge and generating the file from there…
FontStruct is probably handing them incorrectly…
I Tried To Install The Font.. But Windows (My OS) Says Its Not A Vaild Font File.. What Am I Looking At Here Exactly, BWM?
Extra squared-blocky-rocky western font. Caps only. Waiter, could I have a sarsaparilla drink, please? 🌵
@migyoroc Yes, it does support Bengali, but indic diacritics
(especially those that are typed after the consonant, but are
placed to the left
But Л, especially lc, looks too wide. I really love the rest.
Cool Art Nouveau font. You can add it to Tags.
Does It suport Bengali?
Nice little font. Some very interesting glyphs here.
Sorry, I did not quite correctly put it in the last comment. I meant that you need to move Ц Щ legs (descender would be more correct) to the left so that they are like those of Д.
@Dmitriy Sychiov sorry for the late response, but the small
thing on the left corner bottom (personally i prefer is as a "leg")
of De, Shcha,
Congratulations Aeo, the new I looks much better to me (the first one was too fragmented and interrupted the flow of the rest of the font, IMHO).
@mgUdit : thank you for the suggestion. I've followed it -- but I split the glyph to follow the idea of distortion-breaks.
@four: Thank you for your always kind comments. I would have liked to be able to simplify it so that it had fewer connectors (3 or 4 at most).
@four: Thanks a million, compa! Glad you like it.
I think something like this might work well (it's just parts of J).
Apologies for the slower progress recently; I've had exams and
will likely be working on this series in waves. That is, a
few weeks of a lot of progress followed by a few weeks of not much
progress, and repeat.
Nasals and stops (everything up and including 10.3 in this pdf) are done