Raunisch HEDLEINER CAPS

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W.I.P: Yet another evolutionary Raunrow. If your into "fictional" writing systems, then this is for you. I assure you though, ALL glyphs are indeed derived from their historical runic equivalents. Feel free to download and clone; share and share alike. Thanks! :D
Info: Created on 10th May 2012 . Last edited on 10th May 2012.
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Very professional.
Comment by demonics 11th May 2012
Well crafted, would also suit an A-Z alphabet.
Comment by four 14th May 2012
Thanks guys! :) - Feel free to clone and play about with the shapes. I'd love to see someones take on the traditional Latin alphabet.
Comment by runesmithy 17th May 2012
I'm with the guys: well done! HAve you thinking about to convert it in a conventional alphabet? My 10 2 U.
Comment by elmoyenique 17th May 2012
Thankyou ;) - erm, I have thought about conventional alphabets, but they are already so many awesome fonts for that out there. I would rather spend my time creating Runic fonts (as there is a severe lack of creativity in this department :P). However, if enough people want me to make a Latin font I shall! :D
Comment by runesmithy 17th May 2012

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