Malibata Neue

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Modernized and Simplified Baybayin/Alibata. Notes: - I put the Letter "NGa" on the "X", both Uppercase and lowercase. - Use the lowercase "e" or "i" to make a dot above the consonant, and use "o" or "u" to make a dot below the consonant. - To put a cross sign below the consonant, use "`" or "+". - Use space or "|" to separate lines/sentences with 2 vertical lines. - Numbers and other punctuation marks are not used by ancient filipinos, I just fill those characters, just in case you need them.

9 Comments

Comment by aaronamar 7th april 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Malibata Neue” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 7th april 2012
Interesting background and beautiful glyphs.
Comment by four 7th april 2012
I love different-language-letters fonts!!!! :)
Comment by anonymous-479865 9th april 2012
By the way, what's the language called?
Comment by anonymous-479865 9th april 2012
Nice! I'm a Filipino, after all.
Comment by fontifierman23 10th april 2012
@micgio: It's an Ancient Philippine writing style to be exact. :)

@fontifierman23: Salamat! Apir!

Thanks for all the comments guys! :)
Comment by aaronamar 10th april 2012
okay! thx!
Comment by anonymous-479865 10th april 2012


 

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