by Handfratze

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Want the middle age or fantasy feeling? Then you'll need this original Gothic/Fraktur/Old English Fontstruction! ;-)


This is a Prerelease

Cloning will be enabled as soon as I finshed the small letters.
Comment by Handfratze 13th march 2009
Oooooh yummy.
this is not bad so far...
that "Q" is a bit wide, isn't it?
You could fix that by shoving the stroke below it, i guess.
Comment by kix 13th march 2009
Very nice, can't wait to see the rest.
Comment by aphoria 15th march 2009
Great font. I'm looking forward to the lower case letters.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 15th march 2009
Thanks for your comments!

Ok, some updates are done but:

This is STILL a Prerelease

I have to adjust each letter width, do some fine tuning and so on.

@kix: The "Q" is on purpose quite wide. The reason is that there is never a letter following, which is going below the baseline (like "y" or "g"). For example, in english or german there is always an "u" following which is going to be a kind of underlined by the "Q". (Well, actually this is the plan... I'll see and eventually follow your advice when it's finished!)

I'm sorry for my bad english and hope you understand what I mean... Feel free to correct my bad spelling and grammar! ;-)
Comment by Handfratze 22nd march 2009

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