Anglo-Saxon-small

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A design based off of the Old English Alphabet. Complete with letters used in Anglo-Saxon. Q represents "Ash (ae)". J and K represent "Thorn (th)" and "Eth (th)" respectively. Z represents the alternate forms of "s" used in older manuscripts. Capital Z is the "long s" and lowercase z is the "insular s". There is no V, however, F was used for the sound of V. W and G are replaced with "Wynn" and "Yogh" respectively. I created the letters with the simplest squares i could use with the smallest grid, so as to keep the file small in size and easy to load up.
Info: Created on 12th August 2012 . Last edited on 15th September 2012.
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3 Comments

Awesome, well done!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 15th September 2012
Historical veracity - and good design ... what more can we ask for? 10/10

You may find the following useful when trying to get smoother curves ...

http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/all_composites_saved_in_my_bricks

http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/all_bricks_6
Comment by p2pnut 15th September 2012
Hey thanks, yeah i'll be needing smoother curves for my next planned font.
Comment by Scawty 15th September 2012

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