Published: 13th March, 2011
Last edited: 13th March, 2011
Created: 12th March, 2011
A mock run of a rune set I made to be a stand alone way of writing in runes today. Will come to boast all letters of the basic latin alphabet, as well as a few compound characters. I will stay true to old rune shapes, but where change in meaning seems reasonable I have done so. Enjoy! :)- Based on Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark, English Futhorc, Medieval Runes (short and long branch)
Published: 13th June, 2011
Last edited: 9th June, 2011
Created: 9th June, 2011
Clone of fuTarkuRnord.
HOW TO USE THIS FONT
This is an Anglo-Friesian Futhorc.
This Futhorc is an extended and revised version of the elder 24-character Futhark. It was developed and used in Frisland (Holland) and Anglo-Saxon England from around year 500.
There are different versions of the Futhorc containing between 28 and 33 characters. This version contains 29 characters.
Most of the runes in the Futhorc correspond with letters in the Latin alphabet.
Those Runes you should write using lowercase keys only.
There are no Runes corresponding to numbers.
Some Runes are used for more than one Latin letter in this font.
The s-rune is used for s and z in this font.
The k-rune is use for k and q in this font.
The w-rune is used for v and w in this font.
These uppercase keys have special Runes connected to them.
The A-key will get jou the "ae"-Rune.
The E-key will get you the "ea"-Rune.
The I-key will get you the "ï"-Rune.
The N-key will get you the "ng"-Rune.
The T-key will get you the "th"-Rune. This rune also represents the “dt”-sound.
The space-key will give you a dot that sometimes was used between words. The point-key will get you a double dot. This is a clone of fuTarkuRnord
Published: 19th April, 2012
Last edited: 16th April, 2012
Created: 16th April, 2012
'NiewRouns' is the bespoke runic alphabet, engineered to suite the Modern English speaker perfectly. It is firmly based off of traditional runes, however, their appearance or value may have been updated. If you require further information on the ACTUAL vales of the rounshapes, please do not hesitate to be in touch. Comments welcome - Runesmithy xThis is a clone
Published: 17th March, 2011
Last edited: 17th March, 2011
Created: 14th March, 2011
A follow on from the 21st Century Futhork. You'll find a long branch set, as well as a short branch set, some numbers (1-5) and some punctuation :) If your a rune boffin and would like to know my reasonings behind some of the runes I'd be glad to let you know ;) Enjoy!
Published: 21st March, 2011
Last edited: 21st March, 2011
Created: 18th March, 2011
A practical rounded rune font based on the New Futhork rune set. It uses a short-branch vowel system and includes all A-Z (with a handful of special characters), punctuation marks, the 'stan' rune, the 'wynn' rune and many more ;) Download if you dare to delve the depths of this forgotten way of writing...
Published: 18th October, 2011
Last edited: 4th August, 2012
Created: 17th October, 2011
Fuþorc (runes used in very Old English). I had to jumble the letters around a bit, namely the vowels, since there isn't support for runic letters yet here. :(
Published: 22nd April, 2012
Last edited: 22nd April, 2012
Created: 20th April, 2012
A Blackletter Runic font based on the New English Runeset. Much runes here, plenty for enthusiasts! *A NOTE ON PUNCTUATION: ? = runic initials 'F'+'T' for 'Freyntoeken' (means 'inquisition token/sign'), ! = 'A'+'B' for 'Autberstoeken' (means 'outburst token/sign'). & = 'et' and harks back to the traditional Latin ligature. However a purist justification can be than it is infact a contraction of 'unt(and)' - still commonly used throughout Northern England (home of Old English scripture) in the form of 'un'. The number of dots for the various clause seperators indicates duration of pause.