Thai-ResPriv is an alternative way to write Thai designed by Jay and Pailin Strong. The name combines Res from respect and Priv from privacy, and this script is designed for privacy.
Learn more about Thai-ResPriv on Omniglot here:
This is possibly the biggest font I will ever create, and probably the one I'm most proud of at that. The original was built over the course of 4 months, and I'm very, very happy with how it turned out. Along with all of the 25 basic categories, I included 23 of my own - some finished, some unfinished. This has been a long process, sometimes fun, sometimes tiring, but I hope you find this font useful. Luckily, with all of the scripts it works with, it should have a use for everyone :) Please enjoy!
I am open to comments, suggestions and any other feedback. If you would like me to add another script, I am open to the task! :)
Edit: It's been more than a year and I'm still going strong! 6731 characters total. Trying to knock-off some smaller / less used scripts. :)
Jan 22, 2024: Fully finished font! 7500 total characters.
Thanks to everyone who has liked or downloaded! :)
Just a simple rounded Latin font. I wanted to get this out before my next "big font" (oWoOoOh) but I still like it nonetheless. I hope you enjoy :)
Deccan Lipi is a simplified and modernised script based on the Grantha Lipi script devised by Punya Pranava Pasumarty. It is designed for writing Sanskrit and all South Indian languages, although it can be used for most other Indian languages as well.
It can be used to write: Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and other languages of southern India (this font applies to Kannada script only)
This is a recreation of Deccan Lipi using FontStruct tools in case someone would like to write with it themselves. More information about the script can be found on Omniglot here.
I designed this Hebrew font because I wanted to try doing an abjad and a reverse font. I enjoy making rounded fonts because they look simple and elegant. The letters look "backwards" so that someone could copy and paste hebrew writing, take a picture / screenshot, and then reverse the image so that the words would be right-to-left with the letters being "reversed" as well. Hopefully this is useful!
I made this to use with a few abugidas that are perhaps used less and therefore have less fonts made for them. In this "bundle" I've included Gurmukhi, Gujarati, Tamil, and Telugu. Some combining characters can become "glitched" because it's hard to make the combining diacritics that appear before a glyph. Anyway, I hope this is able to be useful, it was a lot of fun to make!
The "Kepom" script is a constructed alphabet invented by James Ong Zhi Siang for his constructed language Argusian. It is an abugida, meaning that vowels are not their own characters but are attached to consonants above and / or below. This is a recreation of it using FontStruct tools, in case someone would want to be able to use or write with it themselves. More information about the Kepom script can be found on Omniglot here.
This is the sequel to "Petermax's 3x5 and 4x6," with almost twice the number of characters. Many small changes have been made, especially improving the readability of the Vietnamese vowel characters. Various writing systems have been added: Tifinagh, Coptic, Ol Chiki, Runes, and Ogham. I also gave connected scripts a try: N'Ko, Mongolian, and Mandaic. Obviously these are not perfect, but I see them as a major improvement to the first. In this version, I was also able to add some extra Latin phonetics as well as some few Cyrillic diacritics. Some things are definitely out of control, as this program isn't completely compatable with right-left alphabets, such as Arabic, Mandaic, and N'Ko. If anything sticks out that should be improved, please let me know. Thank you, and please enjoy! :)
"Petermax's 3x5 and 4x6" is my first attempt at an extended set of characters. Though it is quite obviously imperfect, I'm quite impressed with how many I was able to finish. I tried to make each distinct and readable (all upercase), while still mostly maintaining the 3x5 pixels for lowercase and 4x6 for uppercase, thus the name. Please leave a comment if you have any concerns, thank you!