by Pete Klassen
4 font family styles
C Regular Style
C Bold Style
About Aniron Font
The Aniron font is a replication of the font used in the front and end credits of Peter Jackson's "The Lord Of The Rings" trilogy. It has been created by analyzing the characters in the movie credits as well as "Lord of the Rings" SEE DVD, where this font is used to a great extent.
Because the resolution on DVD is not high enough, I had to retrace the characters manually. Also, I created some missing characters, as well as the punctuation, numbers, and some other characters. Also, a Cyrillic character set has been created from scratch.
The font contains the following character tables:
- Latin alphabet (the usual)
- Extended Western characters (accent characters like í, ä)
- Cyrillic characters (Russian alphabet)
- Numbers, punctuation etc.
A really versatile,stylish font.
Sceaf Superb for Early Englisc heathens!
Nice! I really like this font!
I'll likely use it later when I start making my own maps and such.
Amazing font! One question though. If I use it to make a book cover on a website (Wattpad), but don't plan on using it to get money or publishing it for real, can I still use it?
@JaydGreen Yes, you may. This font is licensed for personal use. ☺
Hi! Another question regarding the definition of personal use vs. commercial use. I'd love to use this font for our website for Team Greyhame's, a dog kennel registered in FCI and also on clothes we wear at competitions - would that be considered personal or commercial use? I wouldn't make any money out of using it. I've tried to get access to Klassen himself, but without luck. Grateful for answers! 😄
TY, really nice!