About Dutrilin Font
Dutrilin provides runic style font. It targets sci-fi and fantasy contexts. Pronounce “Doo-Tri-Lyn”.
Dutrilin's letters, in two or three straight lines, result from rotations, reflections and mutations of the Latin and Greek alphabets.
The constraint of very few straight lines is very strong, and might destabilize users who are looking for evidently readable latin fonts.
People that are patient or curious about Dutrilin can visit the blog http://lucas.borboleta.blog.free.fr. A short PDF document gives a few details on the project and the used tools. Despite the fact that the document is written in French, one could easily recognize the tools, the steps and the initial principles that governs the chosen shapes for the runic characters of Dutrilin.
A precision on the potential usage of Dutrilin: you should not use it for writing a motivation letter in order to get a job; neither for writing a user manual; Dutrilin could be use in fictional and artistic contexts, either Sci-Fi ou fantasy. Maybe Dutrilin is not enough exotic for being fictionnal? This is matter of taste and balance regarding the targetted audience.
Many thanks to the persons who took time for downloading the Dutrilin font, and also to those who voted. It was unexpected that Dutrilin, being a fictionnal font, would reach more 100 downloads.