by moondragon11
Cloned from Lertó by TomoAlien.

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Improved variation of Lerto, with additional characters and punctuation added. Lerto actually is very similar to glyphs that have been recurring in my dreams and visions, and thus the remake accordingly.
Info: Created on 24th March 2011 . Last edited on 24th March 2011.
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Wow, you did a great job on this! I notice that if you look at them long enough, some of them look like the letters they replace. Was that intentional? Even if it was, it is still amazing because I couldn't have noticed the resemblance if I hadn't put it next to the latin alphabet. It is easy to look at, what with all the curves and such. Is Lerto a constructed language? I ask because the fontstruct I 've done is for a constructed language as well.
Comment by shadowyblade 28th March 2011

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