Non-English Glyphs
Part 3 of 3

Last week I covered Ð, ð, Þ, and þ. This week I'm doing Ŋ, ŋ, Ɲ, ɲ, IJ, and ij. These glyphs all have the j terminal, so it made sense to draw them at the same time. Ŋ and ŋ Eng (Ŋ, ŋ) is pretty simple. These glyphs are essentially the lowercase j descender attached to the bottom of the right vertical stroke of [...]