Which started with a doodle, but turned out quite nice. It has nothing to do with the Tudor calligraphy, or roses, but has a nice heavy feel to it and good curves (spiro spines). The lower case I am quite happy with, but the uppercase looks a bit forced. Currently only the ascii range is covered.
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USED in the title. A sans-serif made by folding strips of paper into letters. The spacing is based on blackletter. The range of characters is slowly improving. The design needs a large size to work well, at least 120 pixels. The origami ornaments are a bonus.
AN attempt to do something new. A sharp edged design but with rounded letters. I've tried to make it suitable for text. The serifs at the bottom are replaced with slants. Wide international support. Currently only an upright and a slanted variants are available.
See a PDF sample
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THIS font is for learners to trace, and comes in ruled and unruled versions. It has simple letter forms based on circles and lines, and long ascenders and decenders and wide spaces to emphasize the importance of these. This makes it especially useful for teaching to children in East Asia.
Extensive international support makes this suitable for learners of many nations.Now with an italic variant.
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CREATED with the calligraphy tool of inkscape. The forms are generally italic, with only slight slant. The font is light and clean.
BASED on an eighteenth century clock maker's sign from an old edition of Signs of the Times magazine. The lower case is an italic from a penny postcard. An oblique and a slanted version of this font are included. The old small-caps are still there, as an OpenType feature.
CHESS pieces, for laying out puzzles or annotating games. The pieces are bold and simple in form, they are cross-cultural and do not use Christian iconography. It includes pieces with built in dark and light backgrounds.
This is not about perfection.
This is about fate.