Hairline Fraktur

by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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A no-contrast light fraktur typeface. Still a work in progress.
Info: Created on 29th September 2015 . Last edited on 11th January 2018.
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(Definitely Excellent Fraktur)
Comment by thalamic 29th October 2015
Comment by laynecom 29th October 2015
I've just realized that my æ and œ are indistinguishable... I'll have to think of something.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 29th October 2015
For the æ, is it worth trying to offset the tail of the a to the left (gives a parallel line to the base of the e)? Or the tail of the a offset to the left but descending from a downward square pixel or two? The œ would stay as it is.
Comment by Aeolien 29th October 2015

I've found a solution: a double-storey a. Thank you for your suggestion though Aeolien.

Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 12th January 2016

Tha do you think about adding Cyrillic? Maybe my sketches will help with this.

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) 12th August 2016

This is a great project, and I hope you've got the inspiration to finish it. Your effort to keep the traditional letterforms didn't go unnoticed.

@Sychoff: Great sketches.

Comment by Frodo7 10th January 2017

Nice, but the x looks a bit illegible.

Comment by emeraldfly94 15th October 2017

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