by 3moDuDe

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This was inspired by Upixel's Mobivus. It began with the n and strangely evolved into a calligraphy-esque style font. Many alternate glyphs are accessible under the Hangul glyphspace, including:
> storey-changed a, g
> tailed f
> full overhang a, t
> alternate connections on e, k, x
> alternate S, Y
> descender-less G, J, Q, Y (two variations)
> barred Z, z, 7
> alternate connection with ink traps a, b, d, g, h, k, m, n, p, q, r, u, w, y, 6, 9
> alternate alternate a, g, second a, m, w
In addition there is a character with negative spacing for ligatures with f (e.g. fi, ff, fl, fb, ft, fk). This is located at the glyph ㄹ.
Info: Created on 18th October 2010 . Last edited on 21st October 2010.
License Creative Commons
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Suggestions plz? I may be doing More Latin section soon depending on the response to this. :)
Comment by 3moDuDe 21st October 2010
Great font! I like the 'a' with the full overhang best of your 'a'-versions. How would a thinner 'r' look like, so it has not so much white space.
The space of the 'S' is too wide.
Just 2 months on FontStruct and you are 14 years-old, now you design a font like this, congratulations! I am very impressed. 10/10
Comment by Tylo 21st October 2010
I have added three new 'r's in the glyphspace and corrected the width of the 'S'. Thanks so much for the compliment! :D
Comment by 3moDuDe 21st October 2010

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