Sprogreolen Serif

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by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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A work in progress. Quite simply a pixel modern roman typeface. The yogh (ȝ) I have designed as a mix between x and g. I thought of it as a latin letter gamma (ɣ) to distinguish it from the greek letter gamma (γ), but maybe it would do better as an insular g (ᵹ). What do you think?

I have gone with a classic seriffed look for the greek letters. I have looked a lot at Times New Roman to see the stress of the different characters. Do my solutions work?

Oh, and about the name: "Sprogreolen" is Danish for 'The Language Shelves', the pun being that "Bogreolen" would be 'The Bookcase' or 'The Book Shelves'.
Info: Created on 25th July 2015 . Last edited on 3rd March 2016.
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7 Comments

Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 28th August 2015
What is this glyph? A yogh (ȝ), a latin letter gamma (ɣ), an insular g (ᵹ), or maybe even a visigothic z (ꝣ)? I'm personally leaning mostly towards the insular g.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 28th August 2015
This font is awesome, but why some letters aren't supported?
Comment by ArrowUP 30th August 2015
It's a work in progress.
Comment by EvanFonts 30th August 2015
Very cool! 8/10 because arent some capital letters, but I know is WIP.
Comment by ivancr72 22nd October 2015
—At your fist comment: I would make that the insular g, but alter the top to mirror z. The yogh typically looks more like a 3. I tend to angle the middle bar of the yogh, as opposed to how 3 is curved. And, this is great so far. :)
Comment by TCWhite 23rd October 2015

Funny how you did all those lc and just left the uc uncompleted.

Comment by Atlantis L. (Jack Lee Jie) 22nd December 2015

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