Published: 2nd November, 2013
Last edited: 6th November, 2013
Created: 13th October, 2013
Based on the word 'order', my type design comes from the idea of books. Books are typically ordered neatly on a bookshelf, yet they also have an underlying sense of representing an educated 'order' within society, and in many ways connoting heavily with the court and justice. I found it very hard to get the angles I wanted in relation to the design I had hand drawn and it took me a long time to even try and get it to look vaguely right. It was stressed to me to keep away from pixels, so I had to work with the angles that Fontstruct gave me. Having also been given some feedback, I did some experimentation in terms of making the letters look more like books; using shading, lines and boxes but none of them had a successful outcome so I stuck to what I think looks best and right. There have been many challenges in creating this typeface but I am fairly pleased with the current outcome.
Published: 21st March, 2011
Last edited: 14th January, 2013
Created: 21st March, 2011
An Upgrade of Sanskrit Roman.
8 Sanskrit characters and several Lacanian algebraic signs added.This is a clone of Sanskrit Roman
Published: 1st March, 2011
Last edited: 1st March, 2011
Created: 1st March, 2011
The Roman characters with diacritical marks and some grammatical notations which are needed in transliterating old (Vedic) and new (Classical) Sanskrit. This first Fonststruction of mine is based on Courier New.This is a clone