Here is an extended version of my Atemayar Rigid Script. This script has taken me years to get to the point where it is. I do plan to complete it however I figured I would release it with the current list of characters that I have created. While I plan to complete it, it will be some time before this is achieved so please bear with me as life tends to get in the way sometimes.
I began this font August 31, 2017, and I'm releasing it 30 days short of its 2 year anniversary.
Based off the original alphabet of Atemayar Qelisayér featured on Omniglot created by Simon Halfdan Hvilshøj Andersen. Credit for all the original characters of this alphabet goes to him, as well as credit for inspiration. Some characters in this alphabet are wholly original to this font (most are not however), these are inspired wholly by the original Atemayar alphabet in one way or another.
I truly and sincerely hope you enjoy, this font is made for all to enjoy and to spread such a beautiful alphabet to be used for all languages and all writing systems. I love Atemayar more than any existing writing system, I take all my notes in it, and I yearn for Simon Halfdan Hvilshøj Andersen's alphabet to be spread around the world and used by many.
The alphabets can be categorized into groups based on the following criteria:
- Pseudo-Atemayar: shares no letters with Atemayar, but appears similar
- Semi-Pseudo-Atemayar: shares a few characters with Atemayar, but overall still looks like its base alphabet and can't be read by Atemayar users
- Modified Atemayar: Follows all/most of the same letters as Atemayar, however has added or modified letters as well
- Classic Atemayar: Original Atemayar alphabet without change
The alphabets' classifications are as follows:
Basic Latin: Classic (except X, which is a ligature of K and S)
Punctuation (all except . , : ; ? ! ... " '): Modified
More Latin: Modified
Extended Latin B: Modified
Extended Latin A: Modified
Greek & Coptic: Modified
Arabic: Modified (reversed letters)
Devanagari: Modified (line above letters)
Hebrew: Modified (reversed letters)
Bopomofo: Modified (dots above letters, ligatures)
This font is a clone of "Cloher Mewrett Yiuoppo".
I have made a lot of new letters, and I have added the French accents.This is a clone of Cloher Mewrett Yiuoppo
Mathla ['maθla] is a Germanic language that is mainly spoken in the dimension of the gods. But also all magic creatures and magicians make use of this tongue and call it their own, for it contains magic powers.
It is counted among the inflected languages, i.e. it uses four cases for nouns and pronouns (nominative, genetive, accusative, dative), two genders (common, neuter), and two numbers (singular, plural).
Mathlas has got 21 monophtongs (i, I, y, Y, u, U, e, E, é, o, O, æ, Æ, c, C, a, A, ä, Ä, å, Å), 5 diphtongs (P, R, Q, V, B) and 22 consonants (p, b, t, d, k, g, q, m, N, ng, f, v, T, D, s, S, x, h, w, r, l, j).
There only exist a few punctuation marks: . ( ) + - : < = >
The numbers are always written out.This is a clone of maÞla 1st
Being my first creation, this is a simple font of clock-like, digital characters. I made this font because I couldn't use all the other digital-like fonts I've found for commercial use, so I figured I'd just make my own! (And since I wouldn't say it's too good of a font, I've set a simple license.)
Some were a little tougher and don't technically follow the rules a digital clock would, but it's much better than them making little to no sense.
I may end up remaking this font with it being more high-quality and better overall, but I have no serious plans on doing that just yet. (Perhaps I've made a second version as you're reading this and I forgot to remove this part!)
Trying my hand at another movie logo font, inspired by the terrific posters for 1981's "Escape From New York". Kern at your own peril.
A display typeface based upon some physical type I made from dark food colouring etched into sugar syrup - this is the second part in which the food dye has bled into the sugar syrup much more. This was to represent the brief theme I picked of 'unstable', hence why all the characters are completely induvidual in size and shape. I have also published a first version of this type before the dye bled into the syrup.
This is yet another fornt made for the game that I amw roking on. this too has a very string emphasis on legibility
Pixelated or 8-bit version of the Times New Roman font. Alphanumeric, basic punctuation, and basic accented Latin are included. Foreign currency glyphs; Polish, Spanish, French, and Māori characters; and the (Russian) Cyrillic alphabet have been added.
A sequel of sorts to my original Revised Latin. This is more similar to handwriting (despite its pixelated feel) and has more characters than the previous. Again, same rules apply as to the old font.
There is also 'ch' and 'ee' glyphs, accessed by using 'C' and 'E' respectively, and also a repeated-repeated letter glyph, accessible by using 'Y', in the context of, for example, "yesXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!"