A fixed-width pixel-optimised font for programming and writing. Inspired by fs songarak.
I am going to expand this font. Why not, after all? It is my best work so far.
ALL BLOCKS UPDATED TO UNICODE 15.0!!
UNICODE BLOCKS INCLUDED:
Latin Extended A
Latin Extended B
Latin Extended Additional
Latin Extended C
Latin Extended D
Latin Extended E
Latin Extended F
Latin Extended G
Spacing Modifier Letters
Phonetic Extensions Supplement
Modifier Tone Letters
Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms (only Latin, Symbols and Katakana)
Cyrillic Extended A
Cyrillic Extended B
Cyrillic Extended C
Cyrillic Extended D
Greek and Coptic
Ethiopic Extended A
Ethiopic Extended B
Armenian (Would really appreciate feedback)
Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllables
Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllables Extended
Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended-A
Old South Arabian
Old North Arabian
Old Hungarian (Rovásírás)
(only modern Hangeul for now, I am desperate for feedback here!)
Hangul Syllables (1% done, put on ice for now.)
Hangeul Compatibility Jamo (only modern Hangeul for now)
Katakana Phonetic Extensions
Kana Supplement (only Katakana)
Kana Extended A (only Katakana)
Kana Extended B
Small Kana Extensions (only Katakana)
Yijing Hexagram Symbols
Small Form Variants
Tai Xuan Jing Symbols
Combining Diacritical Marks
Combining Diacritical Marks Supplement
Combining Diacritical Marks Extended
Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols
Combining Half Marks
Alphabetic Presentation Forms
Miscellaneous Symbols (discontinued)
Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs (discontinued)
Supplemental Symbols and Pictographs (only face emojis)
Symbols and Pictographs extended A (only face emojis)
Supplemental Arrows A
Supplemental Arrows B
Supplemental Arrows C
Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows (non-astrological)
Geometric Shapes Extended
Superscripts and Subscripts
Enclosed Alphanumeric Supplement
Optical Character Recognition
Common Indic Number Forms
Planned in the future:
Enclosed CJK Letters and Months
CJK Symbols and Punctuation?
Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A?
Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B?
Supplemental Mathematical Operators?
Pau Cin Hau?
Nyiakeng Puachue Hmong
Counting Rod Numerals
Symbols for Legacy Computing
Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms (Hangul)
Hangul Jamo (full)
Hangul compatibility Jamo (full)
Hangul Jamo Extended-A?
Hangul Jamo Extended-B?
CJK compatibility (non-ideographic) (maybe)
My first attempt at the Kayah Li script used to write Kayah Li spoken in Burma/Myanmar and also in Thailand. It was created by Htae Bu Phae in 1962. I based my design on the relatively blocky font used over on Omniglot. I'm not that happy about the result though. Letters were made on a 9×11 grid which allowed me to make vertical lines thicker than horizontal. It makes for very blocky letters though. I was hoping to create something similar to my Tai Le font but the letters simply didn't lend themselves to the same level of fluidity.
Kayah Li was added to the Unicode standard in version 5.1 in 2008. This font however uses an ad-hoc mapping to Ascii characters. The only real oddity are the tone markers mapped to 'f', 'j' and 'q'.
The script is a true alphabet with all vowels written out. There are however only four vowel letters: ‹a›, ‹oe›, ‹i› and ‹oo›. The rest are written as ‹a› plus a diacritic.
Now #11 in char count!