I am an amateur font friend from Budapest, Hungary. Letters are the refuge to me, an escape from the brutality of the world. For I seek harmony and quietude, and beauty in small things. I adopted the LOTR theme for several reasons. One: out of deference to J.R.R. Tolkien. Two: I think I have something in common with his hobbit characters. Three: for practical reasons. It is hard to find good names for fonts not claimed by someone else. Tolkien has a large, untapped source of such potential names. Four: his fine prose serves as neutral text to test my fonts on.
Published: 27th April, 2015
Last edited: 27th April, 2015
Created: 1st November, 2011
This is the fractal pattern I used for Elbereth. Feel free to clone it, and use it to create anything you fancy.
I will upgrade it soon to the latest version showing more iterations.This is a clone
Published: 15th October, 2011
Last edited: 23rd October, 2011
Created: 10th October, 2011
Super pixel font based on Adobe Garamond Italic. An experimental project. Work in progress. Best at pixel view. (SP for Super Pixel)
Published: 15th August, 2009
Last edited: 8th January, 2012
Created: 15th August, 2009
FontMoot: Font Forum
[Moot: noun 1. gathering; meeting; assemby of people 2. an ancient English meeting; representative meeting of the freemen of a shire 3. an argument; debate; discussion
verb (used with object) 1. to bring up, present or introduce any point, subject, etc. for debate/discussion 2.to discuss or debate.
adjective 1. open to discussion or debate; debatable; doubtful: a moot point.]
Do not rate the pixel font here. It is identical to Mirkwood Regular. If you want to click on stars, rate the very idea of opening this thread.This is a clone
Published: 9th August, 2009
Last edited: 6th November, 2009
Created: 9th August, 2009
Small is beautiful. I thought I could add a new spin to Stewf's little gem. I also expanded the character set a bit. It was fun.This is a clone