Published: 20th February, 2014
Last edited: 20th February, 2014
Created: 25th January, 2014
This was an experiment for the InlineComp, that I never finished. I'm not sure I will finish it, I just wanted to share this technique I found for making decorative serpents :) Please clone and explore (most letters are in the "runic" block of unicode)
Published: 27th February, 2011
Last edited: 1st December, 2011
Created: 26th February, 2011
Font for Anglosaxon taking its name from the title of Cædmon's hymn. There are no upper case in insular scripts so Anglo Saxon runes have been substituted.
Published: 22nd April, 2012
Last edited: 22nd April, 2012
Created: 20th April, 2012
A Blackletter Runic font based on the New English Runeset. Much runes here, plenty for enthusiasts! *A NOTE ON PUNCTUATION: ? = runic initials 'F'+'T' for 'Freyntoeken' (means 'inquisition token/sign'), ! = 'A'+'B' for 'Autberstoeken' (means 'outburst token/sign'). & = 'et' and harks back to the traditional Latin ligature. However a purist justification can be than it is infact a contraction of 'unt(and)' - still commonly used throughout Northern England (home of Old English scripture) in the form of 'un'. The number of dots for the various clause seperators indicates duration of pause.
Published: 5th February, 2012
Last edited: 5th February, 2012
Created: 5th February, 2012
Dinoscript from Dinotopia books/TV show series. Taken exactly as found in original book.
Best size for this font is 32pt... not 12pt. Because I'm too lazy to resize it.
Published: 15th October, 2012
Last edited: 13th November, 2012
Created: 12th October, 2012
A simple runish script. These are the runes I write with. The more common Dagaz rune is a capital 'D' while the lowercase 'd' is a doubled thorn. Capital 'N' is the Ing rune.
This is my first full font and I may make additions and improvements to it.
Published: 30th May, 2010
Last edited: 30th May, 2010
Created: 21st May, 2010
I created this when I was nine. Years later I realized that most of the glyphs are runic symbols. I guess I wasn't as creative as I thought.
Published: 31st July, 2011
Last edited: 11th March, 2014
Created: 11th May, 2011
Clone of Dragon Script. A work in progress. Please download! Your comments will be a great help with my other fonts I am working on. I cloned Dragon Script and edited/improved it. Added more symbols and smoothed out some of the letters
UPDATE: Added an ampersandThis is a clone of Dragon Script
Published: 19th August, 2011
Last edited: 19th August, 2011
Created: 18th August, 2011
This is a font version of the dwarven runes found on the cover of The Hobbit. I tried to stay as true as possible to the original, though some letters are a little different. Enjoy!
Published: 2nd September, 2009
Last edited: 7th September, 2009
Created: 1st September, 2009
This is a font of Viking Runes. I believe the ones I Cloned were Anglo Saxon. I'm not sure. Anyway, these are real runes except the puncuation. That is Latin, but I tried to make it look runic. What do you think?This is a clone of AlphaRune
Published: 12th January, 2012
Last edited: 19th June, 2015
Created: 5th October, 2011
This is the Elder Futhark.
Because they are runes, it's not easy to map them to the latin alphabet. I tried to make it as logical as possible.
Most of the runes are lower-case. Thurisaz is the upper-case of T, Eihwaz is upper-case E and Ingwaz upper-case N.
Published: 8th December, 2012
Last edited: 8th December, 2012
Created: 7th December, 2012
I wanted to make a simplified alphabet with a clear distinction between vowels and consonants. Double vowels stack on top of each other and take up most of the numbers and punctuation.
Published: 7th September, 2009
Last edited: 7th September, 2009
Created: 6th September, 2009
Kryptonian or Kryptonese is language for the fictional planet Krypton, birthplace of Superman. The language appears in writing in the Superman comics at first as random squiggles. Then during the 1970s E. Nelson Bridwell created an alphabet of 118 letters, Kryptonese, from the squiggles.
Published: 14th August, 2009
Last edited: 14th August, 2009
Created: 14th August, 2009
I love Elvish fonts. All of the glyphs used in this font are actual elven symbols.
The Upper-case is actual Elvish writing.
The Lower-case is the Elvish glyphs that look like Basic Latin glyphs.
Published: 13th March, 2011
Last edited: 13th March, 2011
Created: 12th March, 2011
A mock run of a rune set I made to be a stand alone way of writing in runes today. Will come to boast all letters of the basic latin alphabet, as well as a few compound characters. I will stay true to old rune shapes, but where change in meaning seems reasonable I have done so. Enjoy! :)- Based on Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark, English Futhorc, Medieval Runes (short and long branch)
Published: 7th August, 2008
Last edited: 8th August, 2008
Created: 7th August, 2008
The words that appear above your head when you talk in runescape. I made it as realistic as i could, It is about 85% accurate and being updated daily. It will even do the book trick [I].
note that you will have to add shadow when using it in yellow color for maximum realisum.
Note: remember that the proper size is 12!
Published: 18th October, 2011
Last edited: 4th August, 2012
Created: 17th October, 2011
Fuþorc (runes used in very Old English). I had to jumble the letters around a bit, namely the vowels, since there isn't support for runic letters yet here. :(
Published: 21st March, 2011
Last edited: 21st March, 2011
Created: 18th March, 2011
A practical rounded rune font based on the New Futhork rune set. It uses a short-branch vowel system and includes all A-Z (with a handful of special characters), punctuation marks, the 'stan' rune, the 'wynn' rune and many more ;) Download if you dare to delve the depths of this forgotten way of writing...