esthajnal Font

by Roland Huse Design

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esthajnal
truetype 71 glyphs 72 characters
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    About esthajnal Font

    ESTHAJNALCSILLAG is inspired by ancient Hungarian runes (rovás) .Means Hesperus in Hungarian. This is the 3rd typeface of mine so far based on and inspired by these runes (the others are Hargita and Hun Legion). There were only capital letters in this kind of writings so I used up the place for caps as an eroded version of these letters

    This font is free for personal use only.

    If you need extra character or language extention please contact me at [email protected]

    Also feel free to drop me a line in case of questions or feedback.Mostly in case of any problems with the characters, pairs, installation etc. That would also help me in my design work, and would be greatly appreciated!

    Roland Huse,
    http://www.rolandhuse.com
    http://www.myhandwritings.com


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    2013
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    Roland Huse
    rolandhuse
    almost 8 years ago

    Thank you!

    Nate Halley
    Nate547
    almost 8 years ago

    Clever! Unlike other runes-inspired types, this one actually supports all the ASCII letters which is helpful 😄

    Roland Huse
    rolandhuse
    almost 8 years ago

    Thanks! I only figured out "K" and "R" by myself, and the numbers. The rest I was able to put together without major modifications of original runes although they stands for absolutely different letters. For example what I used for "A" would be a "G" if read normally. Also used mirroring (both horizontal and vertical) in some cases though. Thank you guys for your comments and support!

    Roland Huse
    rolandhuse
    almost 8 years ago

    * A little correction : "A" is an "L", not a "G". And I also figured out "U" too. The rest are original runes.

    Roger
    Spacini
    almost 8 years ago

    I really enjoy your work! Thanks for sharing.

    Roland Huse
    rolandhuse
    almost 8 years ago

    @Spacini Wou's re welcome, I am glad you like it! It's encouraging me to keep workin on these concepts, I am considering to create small caps and language extention as well within this style in the future.
    Thank you!

    Roland Huse
    rolandhuse
    almost 8 years ago

    *You're