Textura Digita, a Blackletter ASL fingerspelling font. The capital letters are meant to be the old-fashioned way of writing, directly representing signed hand shapes. The lowercase letters are meant to be a more modern version, what the capital letters might morph into after hundreds of years of use (but still written with a roundhand nib).
Textura Reticulata, my first font. I began with the intent of replicating my own textura quadrata calligraphic hand, but decided against approximating the heavily-rounded majuscules with small line segments and ended up mostly inventing a majuscule set. I feel like the minuscules are a good approximation. The Ogham set are, of course, what you would expect to get if transcribing them with a roundhand nib. And I made use of various unused unicode slots to add some non-canonical Ogham characters for one of my own projects.